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Can I have sliders in a Matrix question? 4 years 3 weeks ago #72133

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Thanks for the instructions, have attached it to this post :)

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Can I have sliders in a Matrix question? 4 years 3 weeks ago #72134

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PS when I preview the survey, I do get the start screen but a blank one after that. Whereas I _can_ preview the items individually..
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Can I have sliders in a Matrix question? 4 years 3 weeks ago #72182

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...but I cannot move to a specific value...
You have Show "No answer" enabled which screws up the workaround. Change this line:
var lastVal = Number($('option:last', el).val());
To this:
var lastVal = Number($('option[value!=""]:last', el).val());

Also in my case I would actually like the first scale to be "regular" tick the option that is applicable style and the second scale to look like a slider scale in the range of 0-100.
I think you may be better off using two questions (a radio followed by a multi-numeric) and conditions to only display the multi-numeric if the radio is "Yes".
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Tony Partner

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Can I have sliders in a Matrix question? 3 months 1 week ago #127870

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Hi there,
Also new to LimeSurvey, and in the middle of writing a survey for hospital research. I'm wondering is it is possible to do this with ONLY the second column?

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Thanks,
Alex
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