This is a follow up post to my previous Bespoke Feedback in Adobe Captivate Assessments. I was reviewing the results slide and thought that having the subject to be reviewed appearing with text ‘You might want to review’ on each line was a little clumsy and so I wanted to put the review text separately.
This meant I needed to add another tab in the advanced action which would present the review text if any of the subject text was going to be presented. This took advantage of using the condition ‘if any of the conditions are true’ option.
This might sound a little complicated but it really is quite straightforward. Have a look at the video.
Could there be another way of making the text appear?
I’d love to have your feedback!
Having finally decided on Captivate as our e-learning software of choice, I am getting to grips with its functionality and quirks.
We have had an influx of projects recently which have needed assessments, and as we are now using our LMS (finally) then we are creating quizzes with Captivate. One of the annoying things with creating quizzes is the results page will not display with your chosen font. I’ve tried using the global default settings for ‘score’, ‘attempts’ etc but although I can change the ‘You scored’ text, the actual score always appears in Times New Roman.
However our team has come up with a way of getting the right font and the result to match.
- Remove all of the result information off the result slide. Don’t delete it, just move it off the stage.
- Insert the text you want in a text box e.g. ‘You have scored – ‘ and then insert the system variable for the score. It should start in the list ‘cpquizinfo….’
- Insert the quiz variable that you want to insert into the rest of the text.
- Tip – the variable for the percentage attained does not start ‘cpquizinfo..’ but is simply ‘cpinfopercent’. The quiz variable for percent only offers you the pass mark percentage.
And that’s it! Once I started inserting the system variables, my results page looked so much better. You can then display the text that you want by using advanced actions – but I’ll cover that in part 2!
With thanks to @alanbarnfather, @P_Daykin & @nickemmett
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