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Allow for second try upon time-out

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Sep 13, 2018

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I am using Captivate 2019 to create a quiz to play among a few groups of people. The players will have 15 seconds to 'buzz' to give their answer, upon which the moderator will indicate their answer and check if it is correct or not.

This leaves me with an issue. If a player buzzes after 14 seconds, they are still within the time limit. However, our moderator will not have enough time left to indicate the answer before time runs out.

My question: upon the slide timing out, I want to give the user another chance to answer. This should only be the case upon time-out, not when the answer given is wrong. Can anyone help me out here?

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Allow for second try upon time-out

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I am using Captivate 2019 to create a quiz to play among a few groups of people. The players will have 15 seconds to 'buzz' to give their answer, upon which the moderator will indicate their answer and check if it is correct or not.

This leaves me with an issue. If a player buzzes after 14 seconds, they are still within the time limit. However, our moderator will not have enough time left to indicate the answer before time runs out.

My question: upon the slide timing out, I want to give the user another chance to answer. This should only be the case upon time-out, not when the answer given is wrong. Can anyone help me out here?

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Is this something you are trying to do live? Not to bash Captivate, but there are several PowerPoint plugins that allow polling and quizzing among audience members and then display the results in real-time.

https://www.presentation-guru.com/how-to-get-instant-feedback-from-your-audience/

Otherwise you will need to create some JavaScript to run the time and reset the question.

Here is a thread about resetting a quiz and JavaScript

Re: Can you reset quiz answers to allow for retakes?

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What did you use for timing? Do you use the timing or the hourglass interaction or another workflow?

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