I would like to link the 3 Submit buttons to 3 flip cards on some other frame. The flip card should show the conclusions on the basis of the selected answers on the quiz frames.
How can I link those Submit buttons to get the answer type?
Can please clarify? If you are talking about a quiz slide, why do you say '3 Submit buttons' because a quiz slide has only one Submit button?
Tweaking quiz slides is possible but you have to understand fully and respect all inBuilt functionality. That means you have to free up space for the (hidden) flipcards.
You also didn't mention which type of Quiz slides. Only the MCQ type with one correct answer allows Advanced Answer options, including an 'action' for each answer.
Do you need to transfer the score to a LMS, this is very important as well.
It may be easier to use a custom quiz slide. But for both tweaking a default quiz slide and a custom quiz slide you need to be familiar with Advanced/Shared actions.
Last question: which version do you use on which OS? Full version number, please.
I am using Captivate 2019 on Windows server 2016.
I have created three MCQs with two options each. I want to add a frame for reviewing the answers at the end of all the three MCQs. The review answer frame will have three flip cards with three states, Normal, Correct_answer, Incorrect_answer. Now, I want if the user had selected the correct answer for MCQ 1, then on clicking the first flip card it should display the state - Correct and likewise. Similarly, for all the cases.
Please answer all my questions, and you'll get some more now:
What about the Review feature? What you want seems to direct feedback on the slide, not after having finished the quiz. I explained how to do so in my previous answer. All embedded objects on a quiz slide are above any custom object, so you need to create space for the custom objects (flipcard). That can be done partially on the master slide as explained in the blog I gave ou a link.
The Submit tweaking in this blog will explain how to take out the feedback messages, and the need for a new pausing point.
You can find a flipcard example in the Alliance Quick start project. It has some limitations, which I explained in this blog:
That blog explains more in depth, what I presented in 'Deep dive into Captivate, Shared and Advanced actions) at the recent Adobe elearning World congress. The recordings are still available in the eLearning community.