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Re: conditions on subquestion 2 years 7 months ago #69890

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Is the core issue a problem with cascading array filters? I've fixed that known bug with Expression Manager (EM) so that multiple array filters work properly on the same and different pages.

I also updated the data model in the _CI and _dev_tms (to be 1.92) branches so that we can assign different relevance equations to each subquestion. That way, you can use a array_filter (which auto-creates sub-question-level relevance equations), plus add additional question and/or sub-question-level relevance (the successor for conditions). The Internal logic portions for that work, but we don't have a GUI yet for adding sub-question-level relevance, although that would be easy - just add an extra column in addition to code and/or assessment value.
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Re: conditions on subquestion 2 years 7 months ago #70186

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Oups :
ideas.limesurvey.org/ideatorrent/idea/343/

Waiting moderation :)
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Re: conditions on subquestion 2 years 7 months ago #70205

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Shnoulle wrote: Idea approved.

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Re: conditions on subquestion 1 year 7 months ago #89417

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Mazi wrote:
Shnoulle wrote: Idea approved.
Comment added:
Using a question attribute is definitely the easiest solution to implement this. Simply add an attribute "CSS class name(s)" at which the user can enter specific class name(s) for a certain question. These must be added when generating the HTML code for the question at the survey (previouly done in qanda.php) and can then be used at template.css.

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Re: conditions on subquestion 1 year 7 months ago #89422

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And another:

We should also look at automatically adding the question code to the question class.
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Tony Partner

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