12 Replies
Steve Cicci

Rebekah.  

This is important for PRINT RESULTS.  What do you do at the question level so that "PICK ONE" isn't the only thing showing up in the Question text column of the print results? 

I submitted a post on this, but replying here with the hopes of getting some answers.

I realize that 'normal' question types show their question text in print results by relying on the QUESTION text field/place holder.  But what do you do when you're using PICK ONE questions? 

Thanks. 

STEVE CC.

Steve Cicci

Rebekah, your previous post recommending to apply a different Question master slide layout to the PICK ONE question did the trick.  The extra step is to add the Question text, but then make it hidden so that it doesn't show on the screen.  AND it is worth checking the settings after doing the application of that layout because it can change the settings of the PICK ONE. 

 

Rebekah Massmann

Hi all, I guess I never responded to this thread. If I remember correctly I ended up copying a question text box from another slide, and then it registered as the question. 

I ran into some issues where the question text was too long to be picked up by the scorm report and/or where I wanted to number the questions without the user seeing the number. I accomplished this either by pushing the question textbox above the slide (so it didn't show on publish) or by making the text I didn't want to show up white (on my white background). It was a bit tedious but did the trick.

TIMOTHY KUHN

Could someone on this thread elaborate more on this.  I'm currently having this issue.  I have Pick One displaying rather than the actual question.  I want the actual question to display on the print results.

Also, is there any way for the Review button to only review the slide that were wrong.  I found info on how to only display the review layer for wrong answers, but I only want the wrong slides to be reviewed.  No need to review slides they got right.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Timothy! I think that Rebekah is the one with the solution here :)

Here's what she shared above:

If I remember correctly I ended up copying a question text box from another slide, and then it registered as the question. 

I ran into some issues where the question text was too long to be picked up by the scorm report and/or where I wanted to number the questions without the user seeing the number. I accomplished this either by pushing the question textbox above the slide (so it didn't show on publish) or by making the text I didn't want to show up white (on my white background). It was a bit tedious but did the trick.

TIMOTHY KUHN

Awesome!  That is what I needed.  I bit more work then I wanted, but better than recreating a 50 question/slide quiz.

Hopefully Articulate fixes this issue in future.

I would like to see the option of a review/results slide that displays all of the wrong answers and feedback on what the correct answer is.

Also a pause button without a seek bar would be grand to pause timeline.  I use a lightbox trick now for this as a work around, but hopefully Articulate gets a better solution in time.

Oh and awhile I'm wishing - an easier way and nicer way to do close captioning.

I use both Captivate and Articulate - love them both, but there are a few limitations with Articulate at times, but Articulate is easier to use and I can create content quicker over all.

-Tim