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Adding audio narration to shuffled answers

New Here ,
Jan 13, 2023 Jan 13, 2023

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I have a question pool of 10 questions. I need all the questions to have 4 shuffled answers and it be audio narrated. 

I've done the slide audio and audio attached to the feedback captions which work. But the slide audio has the answers narrated in the wron order obviously.

I was looking at a click or hover over to play the audio but as these end up behind the answers they don't appear to work. Anyone know if there is work around for this? 

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Community Expert , Jan 13, 2023 Jan 13, 2023

This would be rather easy when creating custom question slides. For a MCQ type of question you could use a shape for each answer which you use as button, and you add audio to the rollover state of that button. Shuffling would never disturb this. However that means that you need to create some shared actions (to be preferred over duplicate advanced actions) to make the slide behave as question, getting a score etc...

Custom question slides give you full control, but replication of all the feature

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Community Expert , Jan 16, 2023 Jan 16, 2023

You will need to use JS to generate the shuffling (using random numbers and states could do the trick). 

Sorry, I am just a user like you, and barely able to keep my blog online with the small amount of jobs I can find, and where many clients 'forget' to pay the invoice. My bad for sure.

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This would be rather easy when creating custom question slides. For a MCQ type of question you could use a shape for each answer which you use as button, and you add audio to the rollover state of that button. Shuffling would never disturb this. However that means that you need to create some shared actions (to be preferred over duplicate advanced actions) to make the slide behave as question, getting a score etc...

Custom question slides give you full control, but replication of all the features (like Review, Retake) would take a lot of work.

I am not optimistic about realizing this with default question slides. You can add custom buttons (outside of the answer area) but it is impossible to add audio to their rollover state (have tried it). If I find some more ideas, will be back.

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Jan 16, 2023 Jan 16, 2023

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Thanks for the reply. I've been looking into custom question slides and can't see how to shuffle the answers on a custom quiz slide. The shuffle aspect of the questions is a requiment for the course I'm building. Are you able to assist with this? 

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You will need to use JS to generate the shuffling (using random numbers and states could do the trick). 

Sorry, I am just a user like you, and barely able to keep my blog online with the small amount of jobs I can find, and where many clients 'forget' to pay the invoice. My bad for sure.

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