QuizGenerator5.0.26 released

Tatsuno Information Systems, Inc. released QuizGenerator 5.0.26 on May 2, 2017. The changes in this version are as follows.
Improved handling of answers that have been selected but not yet submitted.
Even if you close the game without submitting it, the correct answer, score calculation, and progress calculation (complete strategy mode) are now reflected.

Implemented the function to measure and save the time required to answer the questions.
Interaction.n.latency (the time required to answer each question) is now sent.

Regarding the first item above.
Even if you close the screen without pressing the "Submit" button, the selected answer will be scored and reflected in the percentage of the complete strategy mode. It is also reflected in the attack rate (%) of the complete strategy mode.
Our e-learning system, [learningBOX], has also been improved so that even if you close the screen in the middle of a lesson, your grade will not be saved.

Regarding the second item above.
The time required to answer each question is the total time required to open the question with the correctness of the answer not yet determined.

Example of a question with no forward/backward movement and a "submit" button for each question

Display the question (think for 30 seconds) → Select and write the answer (1 second) → Press the "Submit" button after 4 seconds → Correctness judgment is displayed, and read the explanation (5 seconds) → Press the "Next" button
then (30+1+4=) 35 seconds from the time the question is displayed to the time the submit button is pressed will be measured and recorded as the time required to answer the question.

Example of a question that can be moved back and forth and has a "submit" button for each question

Open the first question, select and write your answer (30 seconds) → Open and read the second question (5 seconds) → Go back to the first question, change your answer, and click the "Submit" button (10 seconds) → The correct and incorrect answers are displayed, and you can read the explanation (5 seconds) → Click the "Next" button
then the total time from the time the question is displayed to the time the submit button is pressed is (30+10=) 40 seconds, which is measured and recorded as the time required to answer the first question.

Example without a "Submit" button for each question

For the type of questions that are scored together at the end, it is the total number of seconds that each question was displayed.

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