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How to put one of the answers for a multiple choice question onto two lines?

Knowledge Base Lobby : uTest Support Conference : Applet Questions
Dec-11-17 09:51 PM EST
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How to put one of the answers for a multiple choice question onto two lines?
Author Gerry on 08-21-2002 at 20:06 (EST)
While evaluating the trial version of Utest, I was attempting to but a line break(br) within the applet to let one of the answers of multiple choice applets to fit onto two lines rather than one so that it can fit into a table cell. I tried putting a html break tag within the applet which resulted in a break tag being added to the answer. Is there anyway that ia long answerfor a multiple choice question can be fitted onto more than one line so that it fits the design format that I would like to set up?

Any assistance of solving this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
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  RE: How to put one of the answers for a multiple choice question onto two lines? Bill Weiner, 2002-08-22 05:25:37 (1)

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         1. RE: How to put one of the answers for a multiple choice question onto two lines?
        Author Bill Weiner on 08-22-2002 at 05:25 (EST)
Remember that you can use regular HTML to put long questions/answers on the page... and then just use the uTest multiple choice applets to collect the user's input.

For example, you could use regular HTML to put a question like this on the page:

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Which one of these long answers is true?
A. This is a very, very long answer.
B. And here is another very, very long answer.
C. And here is yet another very, very long answer.
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Then you could add a uTest applet to just get the user's A, B, or C selection, such as:

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Select answer:

< APPLET CODE="uTestAnswer3.class" CODEBASE="../classes/" WIDTH=270 HEIGHT=30 >
< PARAM NAME="number" VALUE="1" >
< PARAM NAME="options" VALUE="A,B,C" >
< PARAM NAME="first_letter_only" VALUE="YES" >
< PARAM NAME="points" VALUE="5" >
< /APPLET >
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or maybe:

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< APPLET CODE="uTestAnswer7.class" CODEBASE="../classes/" WIDTH=300 HEIGHT=30>
< PARAM NAME="number" VALUE="1" >
< PARAM NAME="label" VALUE="Select Answer:" >
< PARAM NAME="options" VALUE="A,B,C" >
< PARAM NAME="points" VALUE="5" >
< /APPLET >
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