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|15884||Bug reports||Survey taking||public||2020-02-17 23:18||2020-02-19 10:22|
|Summary||15884: If Equation Question is hidden, it should not be included in Question count|
According to the Limesurvey - DenisChenu answer - until 2.73 a hidden equation question did not contribute to the question count.
This would be great to be able to include survey logic without scaring a user off with a ridiculous number of questions, just because there are a lot of formulae.
I am on the current Limesurvey Version (hosted by Limesurvey)
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I find that equation and text-display questions are not included in the count regardless of whether they are hidden via question settings - so far, so good.
However, other questions (like list-radio) are always included in the count, even when hidden via question setting. I think this should not be the case.
See attached screenshots and .lss file.
LS version 4.1.5
limesurvey_survey_497169.lss (60,934 bytes)
I agree that text display and equation questions should not be counted any way. Because this leads to the mentioned problem that a user who actually answered all "real" questions may see the progress bar at 70% only because of several follow up hidden equation questions used for some calculations.
In addition, questions hidden by the related question attribute shoul also not be counted.
|2020-02-17 23:18||christianlangkamp||New Issue|
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|2020-02-18 14:50||tpartner||File Added: limesurvey_survey_497169.lss|
|2020-02-18 14:50||tpartner||Note Added: 56074|
|2020-02-18 14:53||tpartner||Note Edited: 56074||View Revisions|
|2020-02-19 10:22||Mazi||Note Added: 56082|