Using Nicole Legault's Track Learners progress with this simple menu and have a question re: the quiz check mark

I am using Nicole Legault's tracker learner's progress with this simple menu and am trying to figure out how I can only have the quiz marked as complete if they pass the quiz.  (  I am assuming the trigger needs to be changed based on the quiz results but I am not sure how this it done.  If someone could point me to where I can find how to do this I would greatly appreciate it.  Thank you in advance.

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Christie Pollick

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Judy Bickel

I think I may have figured it out but would like a confirmation if it is the proper way. 

I have attached an image of the course sample TOC and another that shows the check mark indicating  the quiz is checked off or has been visited. 

Nicole's example had a slide trigger to change the variable when the timeline started but I didn't want the check mark to appear on the TOC unless the user had actually took the quiz. 

So I added an object trigger to the Correct layer of the quiz changing the variable true when user clicks on the Continue button and add another object trigger to the Incorrect layer when the user clicks on Continue button.  I hope this makes sense.  If not then I will have to strip the information out of the course and upload the file.  Please let know if that is needed.

Nicole Legault

Judy - So glad you stumbled upon my template and are finding it useful! Love to hear that. I think it sounds like you have a good solution. Instead of adjusting the variable when the "timeline starts" you are adjusting the variable when they click continue on the feedback layers, thus indicating they've completed the quiz (because they wouldn't see the feedback layers otherwise). Sounds like you got it all figured out! Thanks for posting your question and don't hesitate to reach out with any others.