|Title (Internal #)||Description||Work Around (if known)||Fixed in Release|
|Reference Requirement Ignored on Case Questions (D-33065)||If a project config requires references AND allows for the creation of new cases it has been found that users are able to submit case questions without entering a reference.||No workaround identified.||PENDING|
|"Margin" string prevents item save/submission (D-32689)|
If an item contains the string "margin" followed by any numeric values (doesn't have to be consecutively) wrapped within a Span tag (present in the HTML source when you specify font size, style or color), AND there is additional text after this declaration also wrapped in a Span tag, the system will not allow users to save or submit items.
If font styles need to be declared add an additional declaration before the numeric values as in the example below:
|Check Spelling Link not checking spelling (D-32909)||The "Check Spelling" functionality only works within the currently selected box - Item Stem or Response option. When clicked, it only runs a check for the selected box, and disregards the other boxes. For example, if stem is selected, the spell check on all response options is not run.||Users can Click the "Check Spelling" button for each text box within an item. Also - the "Check Spelling" function under the editor can be run on each text box individually.||7.1901|
|Decimal Margins within Tables from Word (D-33407)||Users have reported issues with table margin-bottoms designated as .0001pt. These margins will not allow the item to submit properly. These margins are byproducts of a Microsoft Word export. Tables pasted from Word may have this issue.||Workaround requires users to replace ".0001pt" values with "0pt". Other option is to recreate table in the ExamDeveloper table editor.||7.1901|
|Duplicate Sections not assigning Placeholders Correctly (D-33175)|
When duplicating parent sections that contain placeholder sections, it was discovered that the Placeholder sections would assign additional placeholder sections when applied to an ExamForm. This can be seen on the "Build QTI Package" screen when exporting a QTI package. In particular, it appeared that ALL remaining placeholder sections would be applied to the duplicate section instead of those designated in the template.
|Users creating templates can create sections manually instead of using the "Duplicate Sections" feature. This will create the appropriate number of placeholder sections without adding additional placeholders.||7.1908|