Can anyone tell me how to disbale the click sound when you have correctly answered the drag and drop question and press the submit button.
I cannot find any settings for click sound in drag and drop??
This is a captivate 2017 blank project.
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Question slides are the foundation for analyzing what the learner has retained. You can use them for graded, survey, and pretest quizzes.
From the menu bar
1. Click Quiz.
2. Select Question Slide.
3. Select the type of Question Slide you need from the Insert Question options.
For this example, we’re going to create a Multiple Choice Question Slide.
4. Select Multiple Choice.
You have the choice of creating a graded question slide, survey question slide, or pretest question slide. For this example, we’re going to choose ‘Graded’. Graded is the preselected option.
5. Click Ok.
6. Double – click on the shaded area that says ‘Type the question here’.
7. Type your question.
8. Double click next to the letter A) where it says ‘type the answer here.’
9. Highlight the phrase ‘type the answer here.’
10. Press delete on your keyboard.
11. Type your first answer choice.
12. Double click next to the letter B) where it says ‘type the answer here.’
13. Highlight the phrase ‘type the answer here.’
14. Press delete on your keyboard.
15. Type your second answer choice.
16. Confirm the quiz properties are set based on the needs of your course.
You’ll find the settings to the right of the workspace area for the slide.
17. Press Preview Slide.
18. Click File.
19. Select Save.
You’ve successfully created a multiple choice quiz slide.
QuizSettingsQuiz Results Messages
I have multi-paragraph quiz result messages. In html5 output the line breaks/carriage returns are being ignored in the Review Area text. Is there a simple solution for this?
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Hi to every one!!!
I am totally new to Captivate 9, and I am trying to put my head around it bit by bit…
For some reason the option to put a “partial score” and point value for in a question are not there any longer…Obviously I have changed something but I am unable to bring the options back..Could you please help? Am i in the right place to ask?
Good Day One and All;
I have been attempting to create a SCORM 2004 25 question quiz from a 50 question pool where all 25 questions are randomized. I make all the appropriate settings choices in Quiz->Preferences and when I go to preview the project I get a spinning wheel on launch. When I do a “Normal” (non-random) responsive quiz, it works fine.
Win 10, Captivate 2019 Release, Firefox Browser
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You’ll notice I was able to change the C ) answer. I’m having a hard time replicating this for A ) and B ). Appreciate the community helping.
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As you might be well aware that, besides many, there are two very similar looking Actions that can be used to control & manipulate our Application created in Captivate. program.
Advanced Action & Shared Action. Every developer has different opinions on whether Advanced Action is better or Shared Action. And the fact is both have pro & cons. We are not going into that debate.
Here, I am demonstrating Shared Action to achieve additional functionality in our Quiz, that is lacking in the Captivate Quiz.
Captivate Quiz do give review feature. But it is practically of very less use. Because for any serious learner/teacher it would be never accepted that we declare and explain correct and incorrect just after 1st question (and for each question on the Spot!)…
What any would expect that, after Module completion, Learner would give an exam(Quiz) and at the end of the Quiz, he/she should get explanation about why his/her answers were wrong & the system’s Correct answer is only correct.
That is achieved in this tutorial by using ‘Shared Action’ where after completion of the exam, in review mode, each and every question are shown with an explanation to the correct answer.
Add two shapes in a question slide as shown below.
Create shared Action as shown below.
Test this action script by applying to any one question slide. That is, Apply Shared Action to ‘On Enter’ Event of (any)one Question Slide and test it.
Once it works fine, Save it as shared action.
Now use that shared action for all question slides and just two parameters for the shared action in each question slides.
See Demonstration below & then Try it.
Note: Worth to read following articles posted by Lieve Weymeis (For Those who want to know more about Shared Action).
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