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chipwiegand
Subject: are test replies case-sensitive?Quote this post in your reply
I am making some test questions and don't see the answer to this in the manual.
In a multiple choice question, or any question type, is the answer case-sensitive? If it is, how do I give the student the option of either upper/lower case without them getting marked wrong?
Thanks


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ATutor Version:
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5.5.33
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Posted: 2016-05-02 16:37:30
greg

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Subject: Re: are test replies case-sensitive?Quote this post in your reply
Case sensitivity is not available as an option.
Posted: 2016-05-02 16:42:32
chipwiegand
Subject: Re: are test replies case-sensitive?Quote this post in your reply
I can't edit my question? frown

Ignore the above question, it needs to be changed to this: In a multiple answer question, is the only option to choose 2 or more correct answers? It is not possible to choose either of 2, or any 2 of 3 or more? Because there could be two possible answers, either is correct, both are not required.
Thanks

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I am making some test questions and don't see the answer to this in the manual.
In a multiple choice question, or any question type, is the answer case-sensitive? If it is, how do I give the student ...

Posted: 2016-05-02 16:46:21
chipwiegand
Subject: Re: are test replies case-sensitive?Quote this post in your reply
And how do I get rid of the "Leave Blank" option in the multiple choice questions? I don't want that as an option to be chosen, all questions are required to be answered, and a blank is not an answer.
Posted: 2016-05-02 16:58:07
chipwiegand
Subject: Re: are test replies case-sensitive?Quote this post in your reply
I get the following error message when I try to preview my test with 10 questions -

Fatal error: Call to a member function display() on a non-object in /home/wiegando/public_html/aTutor/mods/_standard/tests/preview.php on line 119
Posted: 2016-05-02 17:08:45
greg

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Subject: Re: are test replies case-sensitive?Quote this post in your reply
Multiple answer questions can have just one correct answer, though typically there are two of more. Otherwise you'd want to use multiple choice, where only one answer is possible.


Can't get rid of the leave blank, except by editing the question templates in themes/default/test_questions/
Posted: 2016-05-02 17:14:49
greg

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Subject: Re: are test replies case-sensitive?Quote this post in your reply
Please take your discussion to the support forum. This forum is for feature requests.
Posted: 2016-05-02 17:15:57
greg

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Subject: Re: are test replies case-sensitive?Quote this post in your reply
I'm not able to reproduce the problem.

Sounds like it might be a "paste from word" problem. Paste into a plain text editor, before pasting from a word document.

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I get the following error message when I try to preview my test with 10 questions -

Fatal error: Call to a member function display() on a non-object in /home/wiegando/public_html/aTutor/mods/_stand...

Posted: 2016-05-02 17:55:25
 
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