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We are finally prepared to present to our users our own realization of the so-called logics of poll branching. A special emphasis was laid on mechanism made easy to understand by unprepared users, why it was decided to realize this mechanism by providing for any form element or whole pages conditions required to map this element or page. Conditions may proceed from both earlier input answers to this form and from arguments using which the form was opened. So the form authors can address their respondents to one and the same form with different arguments, and, depending upon an argument sent, output or not output specific questions.
After a lot of request from user to make it possible to restore accidentally removed questionnaires, we attempted to complicate the process of removal so as to reduce the number of accidental functioning. But this wouldn't work. The users continued to remove their questionnaires by carelessness. As a result, we decide to realize a two-level removal: at the first stage, the questionnaire is only marked as removal. In reality, you can do away with it only from the list of removed questionnaires. You can also restore it from this very list. A number of changes in the mechanism of test results preservation have additionally been entered to prevent the loss of respondent answers due to the wrong adjustment of form parameters.
From time to time, we have to pause in order to realize new functions and analyze what has been realized, to see whether some obscure or unintelligible functions have not been heaped up. We have tried to correct all that was discovered. In case we have missed something we'll be glad to discuss it together with you.
Today we present a new function of test questionnaire, specially for instructors. With this mode, answers, indicated in Form constructor, are taken as correct answers not to be output for respondents, while in Statistics and Respondents sections they are used for counting and selecting correct answers. Besides, the page with answers from a particular respondent has been optimized for a printout and an additional checkup on paper.