Quiz using slider not working

I have a quiz slide where the slider is under 4 groups.  Each group has a picture and with a text box below.

When the user slides the slider I want the text box to change state, and the correct feedback layer to appear.  I used the same logic as the SlideSelector.story file I downloaded, but it's not working.  Not sure how to fix it.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you,

John

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John Blum

Hi Wendy,

Thank you for removing that part of your screen shot.

I'm wanting the user to move the slider to the correct image and click submit.  It would be helpful to see how to do it when the user clicks the image and clicks submit.

So if you could explain both, I'd appreciate it.

Thank you,

John

Wendy Farmer

Hi John

I've incorporated both options into the same slide using offstage shapes as the objects that go into the Form View.

I've also changed the slider triggers to 'when slider moves' so take a look and let me know if that helps you.

The formatting isn't great so you'd need to tweak that - sorry rush job.

Let me know how you go.

John Blum

Hi Wendy,

Thank you!

Some questions:

Why does the submit interaction trigger appear twice?

How to get the Correct layer to appear?  We want feedback on all choices. 

Is there a way to get a different layer to appear for each choice?  This way we can provide customer feedback for each choice.

Why are the ovals needed?  On my original slide, I have the textboxes as the objects in form view.

I tried separating the different techniques you combined into this example, but could not get it to work. Evidently, I'm not understanding some of the logic involved.  Can you show each technique as a slide?

Thank you very much,

John

Wendy Farmer

Why does the submit interaction trigger appear twice? This is a bug in Storyline not sure why and you can't delete the trigger but it is not causing any harm

How to get the Correct layer to appear?  We want feedback on all choices. Saw you got this working - I had it working from the start so not sure why it wasn't

Is there a way to get a different layer to appear for each choice?  This way we can provide customer feedback for each choice. Yes but you would need to trigger each layer specifically

Why are the ovals needed?  On my original slide, I have the textboxes as the objects in form view. Firstly I find SL doesn't play well with groups so I avoid them as much as possible - normally I would group everything then Save as Picture, delete the group and insert the picture (much easier to work with) and since we wanted two ways of submitting the interaction either using the slider or using the 'click the face' it seemed easier to use offstage objects that could be triggered when either condition was present.

I tried separating the different techniques you combined into this example, but could not get it to work. Evidently, I'm not understanding some of the logic involved.  Can you show each technique as a slide? If I get a chance later today I'll separate but I thought the point was for users to be able to either slide the slider or click the picture?

 

John Blum

Thank you, Wendy. 

In other projects I could get multiple feedback layers to work, but with this freeform quiz, it wasn't working with the slider.  And with another slide which is a simple multiple choice quiz, I can easily add triggers to display different feedback layers based upon which radio button was clicked.  How do I get those layers to displays when the user clicks submit after clicking a radio button?

I was able to get it to work when clicking the groups.  I referenced the groups in form view.  Not sure why that didn't work on previous attempts.  I'll keep in mind your advice about Storyline not playing well with groups.

For this slide, I only wanted the slider to work, but since you mentioned the other, I wanted to see how you did it.

I appreciate all your help, Wendy!

John Blum

Hi Wendy,

Regarding: "Is there a way to get a different layer to appear for each choice?  This way we can provide customer feedback for each choice. Yes but you would need to trigger each layer specifically."   I can easily get custom layers to display when clicking a radio button or other object, but not with when the Submit button is clicked after a radio button was clicked or the slider was moved.  Clicking the submit button after making a choice only displays the standard feedback layers -- Try Again, etc.

So, I would appreciate a sample file with a slider that has 3 incorrect choices and 1 correct choice (similar to the example you've already seen), where each choice the slider is moved to, when the Submit button is clicked, displays a feedback layer with info specific to that choice.

And if you have time, a separate slide using radio buttons instead of the slider.  Maybe after reviewing your examples, I'll be able to figure why I haven't been able to get it to work.  It seems like it should have been very simple.

If you want to use my story file, if I may ask, please replace the text and photos with anything such as "text 1", "text 2", etc., and even a shape in place of the photos before you upload it.

Thank you very much,

John