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Posted Thursday, March 12, 2009 11:14 PM


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Sorry, but ' Choose all that apply'...?

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Posted Friday, March 13, 2009 7:25 AM


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Whoever is posting these questions has an odd sense of humor ;). We did time warp earlier in the week and now we are dealing with the philosophical interpretation of "all that apply". Maybe it was meant as a hint to let people know that there was only one option, but it backfired sinse I was so amused at the contridiction of radial buttons and "all that apply" that I didn't realy think about the question. -- good job, keep us on our toes.


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When you submit a QOD, you don't get to pick whether radio buttons or check boxes are used. If there is more than one right answer, it puts up check boxes. If there is only one right answer, it uses radio buttons. I think the author intended/hoped that checkboxes would be used and phrased the question that way, but since there was only one correct answer radio buttons were put up.

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Posted Saturday, March 14, 2009 3:37 AM


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Thanks Chad for your clarification. This is exactly what I meant but it came other way which I didn't have any idea about. :)

Sorry for any inconvenience caused becuase of this unexpected question presentation.

Chad, thanks gain. :)


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Posted Tuesday, December 7, 2010 8:15 AM


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Good question.

I thought the "custom authentication" option was a nice touch, interesting to see how many people were tempted by it.


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