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    @mmilo9281

    hi Tim, yes, good idea but the dropezones should also be highlighted when they are correct.

    I want a drag and drop question with six drag items (wheel, wheel, door, door, light, light) but only four dropzones. The difficulty is to define that for example both wheels are right in the left wheel dropzone and that the left dropzone will be highlighted when one of the wheels is dragged to there.

    I know it would be easier to make frontwheel and backwheel  🙂

     

     

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    @JasonADal

    When you’re creating a drag and drop question, you can create more drop items than drop zones and select more than one correct answer for each drop zone. From there, using either Math’s or my sample, you can create the same highlighting/border/alert that you’re looking for.

    In the question’s properties, choose an image then set the X/Y coordinates and width/height over that image. One caveat is that you’ll need some white space around the image depending on where you want the drop zones to be.

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    hey Jason, thx, i will try now 🙂 and give you feedback.

    Tim mad nice dropzones to my car picture, is there an option in lectora to do this or is it adobe photoshop work. Maybe he can anwer that…looks nice.

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    @mnotermans5114

    Both possible…photoshop or use separate pngs and layer them properly in Lectora. If you want to highlight elements its always good to have separate parts.

    Although it aint 100% correct yet, this will show you a possible approach. Doing a series of checks when processing the question will end up in actiongroups. In those ag’s you can add whatever you want. Some proper doublechecking on the conditions is needed, because i do notice some errors.

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    @timk

    It is Photoshop, but you can certainly use any graphics software for something as simple as this. Probably SnagIt can do it, if you’re on Inspire, MS Paint should do it also. There’s freeware available as well like Gimp.

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    @mmilo9281

    thx guys,

    i tried it now with a room. I want that the user have to drag the categories to the correct room segment. And when the part is assigned correctly there should appear a room colour. I took your file to build and enhance it but there is somewhere a mistake or anything that i have overseen.

    here is my projectfile

    greetings marcel

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    @mnotermans5114

    For the car drag and drop, this one fully works. Any combination you choose will show how many of your choices were correct on clicking the check-button…

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    hi Math, maybe can you help me? What i have to do that my Room example will work? i like this with the magic walls 🙂 greetings Marcel

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    i think W0-I, W0-I (both green walls) and W2-I, W2-I (both red grounds) work

    only W1-I and W1-I dont work!

     

    ImmediateDNDFeedback-2.zip is the projectfile

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    i think i found the mistake, it seems to be a timing mistake…or i dont know….i changed the Time delay and now it seems to work 🙂 i hope i am right

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    @mnotermans5114

    You should avoid a setup that needs extra delays to get things working. In the end when its run on a LMS it will behave different again, getting new issues. I made some samples in this thread that dont use delays. Use those as basis.

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    @mmilo9281

    Hey guys, thanks again for your help and time, it worked perfect:-)

    exist anywhere a good guide for using variables? i want to learn it.

    greetings Marcel

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    @mnotermans5114

    For Lectora, look around in the samples and try try try. For the basics of variables you can find javascript or other tutorials that show that. If you can handle variables in Javascript, Flash Actionscript or whatever language its easy to get used to in Lectora. Biggest caveat to remember…a Lectora variable is always a string.

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