Results Branching Madness
Thanks in advance!
I have a story that includes 8 quiz slides. Each quiz slide is a "pick one" with a point value of 10 for the correct answer and the story has one results slide. The user must answer all questions correctly to "pass" the quiz and be eligible for the reward of passing the quiz. If they miss one question, they do not pass and they are not eligible for the reward.
At the beginning of the story, the user clicks through two slides to get to a main menu that allows them to randomly select which item on the menu they'd like to open to reveal their quiz question. When the user reveals the question, select their answer (which is the pick one quiz") they are forwarded to a customized "correct" or "incorrect" layer for the pick one question. All this works just fine. Now...here's my delema.
There is one "continue" button on each of the feedback slides and it contains two triggers on each layer.
On the "correct" layer, when the user clicks "continue" , one trigger jumps them back to the main menu to select their next questions; it has no condition. The second trigger for the continue button jumps them to the results slide, with the condition "when results.scorepoints is greater than or equal to results.passpoints". This functionality works perfect, as long as all questions are answered.
On the "incorrect" layer, when the user clicks "continue", one trigger jumps them back to the main menu to select their next question; it has no condition. The second trigger for the continue button jumps them to the results slide, with the condition "when results.scorepoints is less than results.passpoints". The last trigger works just fine, the instance the user selects the incorrect response. The first trigger, does not work as written, as understood, because the second one trumps it. I personally like this result, but my client does not.
My client wants the user to be able to answer all questions, regardless of number correct. I cannot figure out how to bipass the second trigger on the "incorrect" layer. If the user answers 5 questions, and gets the 6th one incorrect, they are jumped to the results slide, without seeing the remaining questions.
When I create the quiz slides in succession, without the menu and free navigation, the quiz results operate quickly.
Based on this (and I imagine you may want to know more detail), does anyone have any ideas?
So grateful for your detailed eyes and ideas!