Why not just use “and this.submitted”? I still get what you’re saying though, but I don’t think the dashboard would actually show an X until the student interacts with the input. You probably need to test with an actual “student”.
@Daniel_Grubbs including other conditionals like ‘and this.submitted’ doesn’t affect this behaviour.
What I can say is that upon actually running the Activity, on the real Teacher Dashboard i don’t see an X(just a dot). So it seems as though the bug relates specifically to the preview while in Activity Editor mode - it’s giving an incorrect interpretation of what will happen when the Activity is actually run.
Thanks for thinking of that @Daniel_Grubbs. Might help debug this.
Yeah but the problem with case 1 is that it’s an X even though the student does nothing at all on a screen, moves to another screen without having interacted with the first one, the first screen gets an X.
Now to my mind that’s not all the behaviour I want to see reflected in my dashboard. They’re not “wrong” if they haven’t done anything on the screen yet, surely?
I can’t help but feel as though there’s perhaps a larger issue around the way InititalLatex gets evaluated in general(as it instantly throws errors unless you suppress the errorMessage through CL, which is another unfortunate issue related to it).