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Previously answered questions now allowing learner to re-answer question with revisit

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Jan 30, 2020

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We've created a Captivate module that has two singular questions peppered throughout the first part of the module. The learner had to answer the question correctly before advancing. Code was written that after the leaner advanced to the next slide, upon returning to the question slide (through NAV from TOC) they would see text that informed them that they could not reanswer the question. Upon returning to either of these first two questions, the previously selected answer (checked box) is apparent. A next button appears above the submit button with comment text and they could advance to the next screen. However, at the end of the module, we have 8 questions in succession, followed immediately by the scoring slide indicating they had passed the questions and could advance. Upon advancing, then selecting the TOC and navigating back to question 1 of 8, the answers are no longer displayed and, having passed onto the next slides, the comment text and next button now also appear. Now that the next button is available, the user can click next through the 8 questions and, upon reaching the scoring slide, MUST re-answer the questions to advance - even if they had already answered the questions. How can I ensure that the answers the learner selects in these latter 8 questions are actually scored and STAY as the learner had selected? I don't understand why the first set of 2 questions are recorded (cannot be modified a second time by the learner) and yet the latter set of 8 questions can be modified.

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Previously answered questions now allowing learner to re-answer question with revisit

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We've created a Captivate module that has two singular questions peppered throughout the first part of the module. The learner had to answer the question correctly before advancing. Code was written that after the leaner advanced to the next slide, upon returning to the question slide (through NAV from TOC) they would see text that informed them that they could not reanswer the question. Upon returning to either of these first two questions, the previously selected answer (checked box) is apparent. A next button appears above the submit button with comment text and they could advance to the next screen. However, at the end of the module, we have 8 questions in succession, followed immediately by the scoring slide indicating they had passed the questions and could advance. Upon advancing, then selecting the TOC and navigating back to question 1 of 8, the answers are no longer displayed and, having passed onto the next slides, the comment text and next button now also appear. Now that the next button is available, the user can click next through the 8 questions and, upon reaching the scoring slide, MUST re-answer the questions to advance - even if they had already answered the questions. How can I ensure that the answers the learner selects in these latter 8 questions are actually scored and STAY as the learner had selected? I don't understand why the first set of 2 questions are recorded (cannot be modified a second time by the learner) and yet the latter set of 8 questions can be modified.

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You talk about a LMS? a Learning Managemennt System. This is the Captivate forum.

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I'm sorry, it is a Captivate 2019 learning module within an LMS.

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