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Editing Questions and Answer Choices
Each button is associated with a question and a set of answer choices that can be edited. All the groups are labeled according to the location of the button or screen. For instance “Column A – Row 2” is the First column second row. While editing your questions it is best to have “Question Group” and the question’s group which you are editing visible.
Then just edit the text and place in your own questions and answer choices.
Multi Choice, Multi Response, 3 Answer Choices, or 2
If you gone through the game you will have noticed that some are Multiple Choice, Multiple Response, and some have just 2 answer choices. Well you can simply edit what type of question you would like by doing the following:
- Select the group you are editing (Column A- Row 2)
- in that groups question text there will be an action labeled “SET_ANSWER_HERE”
- Select action “SET_ANSWER_HERE”
- Select the “ACTION” tab
- the value you are setting will reflect the correct answer a, b, c, or d
- For a Multiple Choice question just set the variable to a single letter a, b, c, or d
- That answer will be the correct answer.
- For a Multiple Response question set the variable to the two correct with a coma separating them and insert mr at the end for Multiple Response. For example:
- one thing to be sure of DO NOT set your variable like this d,c,mr with the “c” and “d” out of alphabetical order the a, b, c, and d need to be in alphabetical order with ,mr at the end.
- For a 3 Answer Choices set the variable to a single letter a, b, c, or d with “,3” at the end. For example:
- Answer D will not be available
- For a 2 Answer Choices set the variable to a single letter a, b, c, or d with “,2” at the end. For example:
- Answer D and C will not be available
This article last reviewed Dec, 2015. The software may have changed since the last review. Please visit our Release Notes to learn more about version updates.