Quiz Text Jumping Around...

Jan 25, 2016


Has anyone noticed when creating a quiz (multiple choice) that:

1. The states appear to shift when rolling over incorrect answers

2. The states do not shift when rolling over the correct answer

Please let me know if you have run into this issue, I can't figure out how to fix this issue.



14 Replies
Christie Pollick

Hi, Jen -- Thanks for your question! Would it be possible for you to share the type of environment in which you are seeing this behavior? You may also want to take a look at this info and let us know if the repair steps in #2 help you find improvement. 

If issues persist, you are also welcome to share your file and we will be happy to take a closer look. :)

Brett Rockwood

Hi Jen,

I have definitely seen this kind of behavior. It seems unpredictable and sometimes I've noticed the text will randomly stop wrapping in one of the states and just extend to the right as a single line right off the stage. On a number of times I've had to go through each state and reset them to match one another. Is buggy to me.

Brett Rockwood

Had it happen to me 3 times today but am unable to share the content. Basically the states — usually just one of them — changes size for some reason. It often seems that one of them gets smaller than the others but occasionally one will just extend off the stage as a single line of text and the "wrap text" attribute gets deselected. This is a pretty common issue in my experience.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Ann!

I took a look at the case referenced above for Lynda and we recommended adjusting the widths of the states in her file as that seemed to be the root of the issue. We did not hear back from the user though.

Do you have a file that we can take a look at Ann? I know that we have seen issue previously where the user was copy/pasting questions, changing responses, and this was creating an issue. Not sure if that sounds like the same scenario for you.


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