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Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Rosy,

We have a number of Javascript gurus in the community who may be able to answer this better than me. The one piece I would want to advise you of, is that you'd need to set your slides to "Resume saved state" so that the user won't be force to take the quiz a second time, but can pick up where they left off (presumably on the results slide). That would save their quiz answers, so they should be able to print again. 

rosy colelli

Hi Ashley,

I ran the solution you suggested me, by setting my slides to "resume saved state". 

Neverthless, I am still unable to re-print the complete report... so far I guess a specific Javascript 

code is needed in order for me to solve that issue quickly.

So please help me with this.

Thank you,

Rosy

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Rosy, 

As I thought more about this, I tried it with a quiz file I had. When I went to print a second time when revisiting the quiz directly to the results page, I was able to get the print page and it showed my score - but it did not show all the questions with which ones I had gotten wrong. So it was half way there...but because it's not working for me all the way, I'd like to have you submit a Support case. 

Are you able to share your .story file with our Support team so that they can test it as well? 

Alessandro Cecconi

Hi Ashley,

I would like to point out that I'm having the same issue as Rosy, and since I am

managing to launch courses at a worldwide level for more than 500 users, I am worried.

During the forthcoming months this could become a serious issue for me, and I need to know 

whether I can rely on Storyline evaluation system or not.

Please, keep us updated on this!

Thanks,

Alessandro

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Heather,

Yes, this is still a known issue that our team is looking into and is documented here. I don't have any updates on share yet on a fix for this issue, but we have shared this forum thread with our QA team so that they're aware of the number of users being impacted by this issue. When there is additional information to share we'll update everyone here in this thread.