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Dear all,
in regard to a multiple choice questionnaire, I would like to set the maximum amount of possible chosen options to one and, additionaly, that at least one option has to be chosen. I discovered the slectedcount property. However, I have absolutely no idea how to use is. Sorry - still an absolute beginner in regard to programming. Thank you very much in advance for your help! Best greetings

<radiobuttons 14>
/ caption = "xyz?"
/ options = ("x", "y", "z")
/ validresponse = ("x", "y", "z")
/ correctresponse = ("z")
</radiobuttons>

<surveypageexperience_1>
/ caption = "Bitte beantworten Sie zum Abschluss noch folgende Fragen."
/ fontstyle = ("Arial", -16, true, false, false, false, 5, 0)
/ questions = [1=1; 2=2; 3=3]
</surveypage>

<survey experience>
/ pages = [1=experience_1; 2=rexperience_2; 3=experience_3; 4=experience_4; 5=experience_5]
/ responsefontstyle = ("Arial", -12, false, false, false, false, 5, 0)
/ itemfontstyle = ("Arial", -13, false, false, false, false, 5, 0)
/ itemspacing = 2%
/ showpagenumbers = false
</survey>


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Not sure why you would need the selectedcount property here. A <radiobuttons> element only allows a single option to be selected and will require one to be selected by default.

Can you clarify and elaborate what exactly you're trying to do, please?

Edited 10 Years Ago by Dave
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Dear Dave,
thank you very much for your fast answer.
I tested the "radio button" feature and realized that the program allows me to mark more than one radiobutton within one question.
Maybe this is possible because I set "valid responses" to all options?
In regard to: "marking at least one option", I would like to make the program not going on until at least one option per question is marked.

Best greetings again!

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ah - I see - the last question (at least one option has to be chosen) is not up to date anymore. inquisit does that indeed by default in marking the non-answered question red.

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AFAIK, multiple selections should not be possible. This used to happen w/ older Inquisit 4 releases under some OSX versions because Apple changed radiobuttons behavior between versions. It shouldn't happen w/ current releases. Thus: Is your Inquisit version up to date?

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I bought 4.0 three month ago (and we have macs). Since then, I did no update. Probably, I should do this :-) .. Thank you very much!!

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Yes, you should. The latest release is version 4.0.6.0, and you can obtain it via https://www.millisecond.com/download

Let me know if this resolves the radiobuttons / multiple selection issue.

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