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Re: Piping Ticked item from "Multiple question types in array" to ranking 1 year 11 months ago #86446

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Dear tpartner,

Once again, thank you very much for your prompt reply. I did have a close inspection on the code that you have suggested, however, it seems that this workaround only work on one question group (whereby I will need to pipe and combine two question groups). How do I combine ticked items from both Question Groups into the same ranking question?

By the way, do you have the LS exported structure file (.lss) for "FOR FILTER AND RANKING QUESTIONS ON SEPARATE PAGES"? I might be able tweak it if I can have a bigger picture.

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Tze
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Re: Piping Ticked item from "Multiple question types in array" to ranking 1 year 11 months ago #86447

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How do I combine ticked items from both Question Groups into the same ranking question?
Please see my previous comments about using several question codes in the array filter setting.

Attached are the demo survey and template.

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File Name: limesurvey_survey_96314_2012-10-04.lss
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File Name: default_ranking_filter.zip
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Re: Piping Ticked item from "Multiple question types in array" to ranking 1 year 11 months ago #86450

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i really dont think it work for me as i cant edit the template.js file. without editing the template.js file, this is what i got from the lss file.


LS-1.JPG


LS-2.JPG


LS-3.JPG


LS-4.JPG


looks like i am hitting a brick wall.

anyway, i still appreciate your help, tpartner.

wish me good luck and hope to come up with a workaround......
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