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  2. SAK-40476 Tests & Quizzes - Parent jira for bug fixes to Minimum Point Value
  3. SAK-40460

samigo: accessibility: Minimum point value is incompatible with Negative Marking, but not obvious to instructor authoring

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      To reproduce:

      1. Create a quiz and add a Multiple Choice question.
      2. Enter an Answer Point Value.
      3. Enter a Minimum Point Value that is greater than 0 and less than your Answer Point Value.
      4. Under Answer, leave the default Single Correct and select the radio button Enable Negative Marking.
      5. Enter a value greater than 0 in the Negative Marking field and remove focus from the box.
      6. Note that the Minimum Point Value box clears out the number you entered before and flashes red briefly (no text as to why your min point value was removed), per video linked below (the video shows a True False question, but the behavior is the same).
        https://www.screencast.com/t/yDlvTAbiC
      7. Now enter a value in the Minimum Point Value box and remove focus from the box.
      8. Note that the Negative Marking field clears out and flashes red.
      9. Select Multiple Correct, Single Selection.
      10. Enter a value greater than 0 in the Points deducted for correct answer box.
      11. Note that the Minimum Point Value box clears out the number you entered before and flashes red briefly.
      12. Enter a Minimum Point Value and note that the Points deducted for correct answer box zeroes out.
      13. Select Multiple Correct, Multiple Selection, then All or Nothing.
      14. Enter a value greater than 0 in the Points deducted for correct answer box and note that the Minimum Point Value box clears out.
      15. Enter a Minimum Point Value and note that the Points deducted for correct answer box zeroes out.
      16. From the Change question type menu, select True False.
      17. Enter a Minimum Point Value, then Points deducted for incorrect answer and you will find the same bad behavior as with multiple choice.
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      To reproduce: Create a quiz and add a  Multiple Choice  question. Enter an  Answer Point Value . Enter a  Minimum Point Value  that is greater than 0 and less than your Answer Point Value. Under  Answer , leave the default  Single Correct  and select the radio button  Enable Negative Marking . Enter a value greater than 0 in the  Negative Marking  field and remove focus from the box. Note that the  Minimum Point Value  box clears out the number you entered before and flashes red briefly (no text as to why your min point value was removed), per video linked below (the video shows a True False question, but the behavior is the same). https://www.screencast.com/t/yDlvTAbiC Now enter a value in the  Minimum Point Value box and remove focus from the box. Note that the  Negative Marking field clears out and flashes red. Select  Multiple Correct, Single Selection . Enter a value greater than 0 in the  Points deducted for correct answer box. Note that the  Minimum Point Value  box clears out the number you entered before and flashes red briefly. Enter a  Minimum Point Value  and note that the  Points deducted for correct answer box zeroes out. Select  Multiple Correct, Multiple Selection , then  All or Nothing . Enter a value greater than 0 in the  Points deducted for correct answer  box and note that the  Minimum Point Value box clears out. Enter a  Minimum Point Value  and note that the  Points deducted for correct answer  box zeroes out. From the  Change question type menu, select  True False . Enter a  Minimum Point Value , then  Points deducted for incorrect answer and you will find the same bad behavior as with multiple choice.

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      It makes sense that minimum point value is not compatible with negative marking.  However, if an instructor tries to enter a minimum value, then adds a negative marking value, the min value wipes from the box with a barely visible flash of red.  Same goes for the other way around - enter a negative marking value, followed by a min value, and the negative marking value zeroes out.

      Here's a video demonstrating: https://www.screencast.com/t/yDlvTAbiC

      This is the same behavior seen in SAK-34160 for partial credit multiple choice.

      A similar fix should be applied to the one in SAK-34160.  When min value is entered, the negative marking option should gray out and display a message that it is not compatible with min value, and vice versa.

      Recommended Solution: When the instructor enters a value in the Minimum Point Value box, zero out and disable the text box to type in Points deducted for incorrect answer or Negative Marking and indicate to the user that the negative marking option is not available with Minimum Point Value, e.g. underneath the negative marking text box, * Option not available with Minimum Point Value.

      Similarly, when the instructor enters a value in either a Points deducted for incorrect answer or Negative Marking field, the Minimum Point Value box should be nulled and disabled with the message * Option not available with Negative Marking.

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                  maintenanceteam Core Team
                  Reporter:
                  rainribbon Tiffany Stull
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