Question with Multiple Choice Didn't Work

jsu7943
jsu7943 Community Member Posts: 25
Hello guys, I need help you

 

I get the problem with my project on lectora

The question with multiple choice didn't work after I publish on .exe and .zip

But, that work on preview mode before publish on .exe and .zip.

How I fix that ?

 

Thank you for your answer and your help

 

regards,

 

Jodi

Comments

  • jvalley4735
    jvalley4735 Community Member Posts: 1,357
    When you say the multiple choice isn't working what does that mean exactly? Showing up as incorrect, not displaying feedback, etc?
  • jsu7943
    jsu7943 Community Member Posts: 25
    The choice is disable, can't click.
  • jsu7943
    jsu7943 Community Member Posts: 25
    The choice is disable, can’t click.
  • jasonadal
    jasonadal Community Member Posts: 441 ♪ Opening Act ♪
    Hi Jodi - The .exe worked fine for me in the sample you sent the first run, but the second time I opened it, I see the behavior you're talking about. The first two things that come to mind are:
    1. Are you setting the question to only 1 attempt?
    2. If you only want 1 attempt, you probably want to retain value.
    Otherwise, if you only want 1 attempt, but want to give the learner a second chance to retake the test, you'll want a Reset Test action on the Enter test button or the page load.
  • jsu7943
    jsu7943 Community Member Posts: 25
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  • jasonadal
    jasonadal Community Member Posts: 441 ♪ Opening Act ♪
    You could add an onClick action to the button itself. It should be the first action on the button, though, because I've seen situations where a button that goes to the next page never fires the second action.

    Another option would be to add it as an onPageShow action. Either way works - the page show might be better to avoid potential issues with the button action.