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    Hello,

    I am finding the test results page to be hair pullingly difficult. Any thoughts you might have would be very much appreciated.

    I have set up a customized page and added an green check or red x to indicate which questions a learner may have gotten right, since this capability didn’t exist (?).

    However, the formatting that I’ve added to this page so that it matches the rest of the course – font, font size, positioning on the page, etc. don’t seem to stick.

    Also, i seem to recall the option to change this test results page from a pop up to “existing window” before, but now I don’t see it as an option. Where do I find this setting? Has it been removed? Am I remembering this incorrectly?

    Thank you for any help you may have to offer!

     

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    I posted a little something in the Tips and Tricks area of this site around the test results customized window. It may not answer all your questions, but provides a little goodie!

    To answer your questions:

    The option to appear in a popup or not a popup is in the Test Results > Content tab for the Test Results page. There’s a checkbox for: Open in PopUp Window.

    My experience with this automated test results page is that you cannot do much customizing on your own. Use the checkboxes to add/remove items, and I believe that since it’s built “on the fly” you cannot mess with the page’s layout. I tried doing this in earlier versions of Lectora, but have not played with this much in Lectora V12. Based on what you’re describing, that’s probably still the case.

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