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Hi guys! I've been developing a site using ocportal and it works awesome. Thanks for your previous help! I have a problem with quizzes though. I'm trying to create a survey, and adding [REQUIRED] at the end of a question doesn't seem to do anything. Nor does [LONG] or [*]. I really need required to work. How? Thanks!
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Hi,

Could you show us the question code exactly, maybe we can notice something in the broader context?


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Here you go :)
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I also confirm REQUIRED and LONG doesn't do anything. However * seems to work fine for me when placing it next to the correct choice in each question.

Using OCPortal 9.0.19
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frvr21 said

Hi guys! I've been developing a site using ocportal and it works awesome. Thanks for your previous help! I have a problem with quizzes though. I'm trying to create a survey, and adding [REQUIRED] at the end of a question doesn't seem to do anything. Nor does [LONG] or [*]. I really need required to work. How? Thanks!
This issue has been filed on the tracker as issue #1974, with a fix.


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There is some to write about this…

The hotfix extends use of [REQUIRED]

[REQUIRED] will still only work if [*] is not set for the question, because it works for radio inputs but we have no code to enforce at least one checkbox to be checked. I have added that to the tracker.

[*] next to a question worked fine for me. It turned the radio buttons into checkboxes.

[LONG] only works if you apply it to a question with no answers. If there are answers it becomes a non-text-input (multiple choice), so the [LONG] is meaningless there.


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