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Wendy Farmer

Hi Nataly

I'm not very technical, but I think it may be able to be done with Javascript by defining 'x' and 'y' values...I am sure one the Heros will jump in and help you.

here's a link to the Building Better Courses post on Javascript and some of the supersmart people that use it - maybe you could reach out to one of them



Charles Zoffuto

Hi Nataly,

Here is an example I made using the "pick one" free-form question type.

Find the Office Troll

(Download File)

The trick is that there is one image of a troll and 18 or so rectangles that are completely transparent so the learner only ever sees the troll. I have it set to shuffle answers so that each time the question loads the troll (should) appear somewhere else on the screen. The other thing was that I found I had to have an extra slide for it to go to and return so that the question would reset. And of course I have the slide properties set to "reset to initial state".

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any additional questions.


nataly rotenberg

I am very grateful Charles Zoffuto for his original decision - I had no such idea and I will use it in future. But I have six images that must fall in each of the 96 cells at a time in random order. I will follow the suggesion of Wendy Farmer to ask for help in Javascript community. Best thanks. Nataly