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Using Mouse and Keyboard

While testing you can use mouse or keyboard to answer the questions and do other actions.

Using Mouse

When using mouse while testing, you can do the following actions:

Mouse Action Description
Left-click

Clicking the left mouse button, you can select/unselect answers for the question (selecting an already selected answer unselects it).

If the question requires only one answer (not a set of answers), then the last answer is unselected automatically when multiple answers are selected.

If the question requires a set of answers (ordered or not), you need to select/unselect any answers manually.

If the question requires associations (pairs of answers where one answer corresponds to another) as an answer, you need to select/unselect any answer pairs manually.

Right-click

Clicking the right mouse button you can "Run" an interactive OLE object, i.e. run an action in the question or answers containers, if acceptable (if the question/answer is interactive).

Every interactive question/answer has a hint (visualized hovering the mouse over it) indicating that it may be run: "Right-click to activate this question" or "Right-click to activate this answer".

Left-click
(out of running interactive object)
Using mouse left button out of currently running interactive OLE object you usually can "Stop" it, i.e. stop executing the action in the question or answers containers.
Left-click
(on "Answer" button)
Clicking the left mouse button on the "Answer" button, you can apply the selected answer (answer the current question) and move to the next question.
Left-click
(on "Bypass" button)
Clicking the left mouse button on the "Bypass" button, you can bypass answering the current question (postponing it to the end of the test) and move to the next question.

Using Keyboard

When using the keyboard while testing, you can do the following actions:

Keyboard Keys Description
"1","2","3","4","5",
"6","7","8","9","0",
"q","w","e","r","t",
"y","u","i","o","p"

Using the "1".."9","0","q","w","e","r","t","y","u","i","o","p" keys you can select/unselect answers (1..20) for the question (selecting an already selected answer unselects it).

If the question requires only one answer (not a set of answers), then the last answer is unselected automatically when you select another one.

If the question requires a set of answers (ordered or not) as an answer on it, then you need to select/unselect answers manually.

If the question requires associations (pairs of answers where one answer corresponds to another) as an answer, you need to select/unselect any answer pairs manually.

Ctrl+"1","2","3"
"4","5","6","7","8",
"9","0","q","w","e",
"r","t","y","u","i",
"o","p"

Using the "1".."9","0","q","w","e","r","t","y","u","i","o","p" keys holding down the Ctrl key, you can "Run" an interactive OLE object, i.e. run an action in the question or answers containers, if acceptable (if the question/answer is interactive).

Every interactive question/answer has a hint (visualized when the mouse hovers over it), indicating its availability: "Right-click to activate this question" or "Right-click to activate this answer".

Esc (Escape) Using the Escape key you usually can "Stop" an interactive OLE object, i.e. stop executing the action in the question or answers containers.
Enter Using the Enter key you can apply the selected answer (answer the current question) and move to the next question.
Ctrl+Enter Using the Enter key while pressing Ctrl, you can bypass answering the current question (and postponing it to the end of the test) and move to the next question.

 

See Also:

UniTest System: Test

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