This problem we are trying to resolve is with Captivate 2017.
Scenario: Course has a formal quiz with 10 questions and student is allowed 2 tries at the quiz. The Results slide has the Retake button that is used to reset the quiz if they failed on the first attempt and allows the 2nd attempt. If the student fails the quiz a second time, the Retake button does not show on the Results slide and the Continue button takes the student to a Course Failed slide.
On the Course Failed slide, there are 2 options for the student, exit the course without successful completion or restart the course at slide 1. For this restart course option, the quiz will need to be reset to a first time status (as if the quiz was never taken in the first place). The quiz has an introduction slide where we want to execute that reset the quiz action (we can use Advanced Actions that is launched when the slide is started, or whatever action needs to be performed).
How do we program that Advance Action or is there another approach that will reset the quiz?
Thank you for any assistance.
Cheers, Russell Lash
Maybe the JS experts have a workaround but in Captivate there are only two ways to reset answers:
If you want to do this without JS or without skipping bookmarking, you will have to set the attempts on Quiz Level to a higher number. You can then use an Advanced action On Enter for the score slide. Let us wait for the JS experts (most of them are in North America, still in dreamland at this moment).