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Walt Hamilton

Generally, for a Pick One, you need to create two objects (shapes work best). Some people make them invisible, others place them off the slide.

2. However you choose, just place them where the user can't click them.

3. Choose one as the correct answer, and the other as the incorrect.

4. Create a selected state for each of them, and set the initial state of the incorrect answer to Selected.

5. On the Submit button make two triggers, and place them first in the list of triggers for the Submit button. One should be : Change state of correct object to selected if slider variable = 2, and the other Change state of incorrect object to normal if slider variable = 2

 

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Libby Doran

Hello again Wendy! I am having trouble understanding the concept of how to setup a slider-based question correctly so that it pulls through to the results slide. See attached, I have created a slider-based question, having essentially randomly selected the 'pick one' question slide to stick it on. If I wanted this to show up on the results slide, the result wouldn't pull through correctly, would it? as it sees it as a pick one, rather than using the triggers I have put in to show the correct feedback layer.

Wendy Farmer

Hey Libby

take a look at the attached update to your file.  I notice you only want them to have 1 attempt (set up in the options) but you are giving them 'try again' feedback.

I've created two offstage buttons Correct/Incorrect (they are sitting on stage so you can see them change) and used them in the pick one form. I also added a 'submit interaction' trigger which was missing.

Libby Doran

WOW Wendy this is just so incredibly helpful, thank you! Yes, I hadn't yet decided how many attempts, so left it at 1. Initially they had unlimited attempts but now we are looking at grading. I didn't understand this approach at all but now I do--the slider changes which pick one is selected, GENIUS! Thank you! I hadn't considered using a slider in this way before. Many thanks! You are so wonderful!