Unfortunately, because of the sensitive nature of the content I am unable to share the Captivate file.
THANKS and cheers,
Do you really want to do it the complicated way? If yes, will leave you to JS experts but I really think this could be done much easier with one advanced action.
IF cpQuizInfoAttempts is equal to 3 AND
cpQuizInfoPassFail is equal to 0
Jump to slide 1
I supposed that the content slides are before the quiz slides. The learner will be navigated to the first slide of the course (you can change the slide of course). After the content slide they'll reach the first quiz slide after having visited the content slides on attempt 3 (if attempt 2 was a failure) the learner will be able to retake the quiz. There is still one attempt left on failure, the Continue will act and the Retake button can be used for the last attempt. Make sure the option 'Allow backwards movement' is checked in Quiz Preferences, Settings to be able to navigate to a content slide which is before the quiz slides.
Thanks for the reply and work around information. However, the point you make, "At that moment all answers are reset, including all quizzing system variables." does not occur until AFTER the learner clicks the Retake button. I added a text caption to all question slides the results slide and a failure slide (fails 2 tries on the quiz) that shows the following:
cpQuizInfoAttempts = $$cpQuizInfoAttempts$$
cpQuizInfoTotalCorrectAnswers = $$cpQuizInfoTotalCorrectAnswers$$
cpQuizInfoPointsscored = $$cpQuizInfoPointsscored$$
cpQuizInfoPassFail = $$cpQuizInfoPassFail$$
cpInfoPercentage = $$cpInfoPercentage$$
THANKS and cheers, Russ
iI may have changed, used that approach in the past, but didn't test it in the most recent version. You can see an example in this blog:
It was a way to reset a quiz slide before the feature of KC slides appeared.
No problem. Let them click the Retake button but use a pop up to warn about the course needed to be viewed.
Move the action I provided to the first question. Make sure Backwards navigation is allowed in the quiz.
I have edited the previous answer to give this alternative for more recent veersions.
Thank you, Paul, for your reply.
I have already viewed your YouTube video related to my problem. It is an interesting approach, and I'm in the process of developing a variation of that approach. My course owner wants the student to have 2 tries on the quiz before having to retake the course (your video deals with 1 fail and then retake course). So some modifications of your approach are necessary.
Thanks and cheers,