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I was wondering if anyone else is having this issue or if Microsoft planned on repairing this. We've created a quick 1 question pop quiz, that contains radio buttons. Ideally, if they select the correct response we want to show them something that states it's correct on the next page. We'd also like to show them they were incorrect, on the same page, if incorrect. To do this we used the Conditional Formatting, hide/show options to hide/show the Correct/Incorrect verbiage. We kept these on the same page. The only problem is, when a survey taker has selected the incorrect response (without submitting the question), then changes their mind and selects the correct response our conditional formatting breaks. Instead it shows both, "Your Incorrect" and "Your Correct". If the person on selects one response, the conditional formatting works as expected.
This was due to an If then else condition snafu. We needed to create 2 separate conditions (1 per response).
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