In my screenshots scores were weighted....just because it seemed more logical to me. If I have 2 object and they have the same importance to me, I weight them 50% each. Actually, in my installation, I had 3 objects with weights of 50%, 20% and 30%.
Moreover, I think that the option "consider for the final score yes - no" is more important than the weight.
Let me try changing some of these options..
Now I tried this: 3 objects. I don't consider the first 2 for the final score, I only consider the last one (the scorm item). Weighted 100%.
Result: it doesn't seem to pass through...
it definitely does not pass through to the final score!
I've been staring at code for the last day and finally had to put it away. We've managed a work-around but our LMS administrator really wants to embed the quizzes within the SCORM LOs rather than have a separate test; our courses tend to be rather long due to subject matter and there's really no convenient break-point for a second (or more) LO.
If I'm able to resolve in code, be assured I'll be sharing!
Max, again, thank you for taking the time to look at this.
thank you for highlighting this issue.
We also will try to solve it as soon as possible. And we'll post the related patch.
I am also experiencing the same issue, if its any help - when I try edit the SCORM Activity in the Gradebook, it does not pull through the SCORM Details, Student Scores or Settings I applied (Weight, use for final score). It is almost as if there is an issue reading the scorm data?
We are also looking into the issue, should we solve it we will be sure to share it
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