Is it only me that keeps misreading which is the right and which the wrong answer in the quiz results? I know it says it - apparently clearly - but when I'm whizzing through I often get them switched, so reinforce my error. Maybe because the word "correct" at the top of the column is on a red background, so I subconciously think red background = correct? Or because the red stands out more? It's really annoying me and I know it does say, but there's something in my psychology that is misdirecting me. It's happened way too many times. I can't believe I'm the only one with this weird problem.
I looked at how it displays to see what you mean, but the correct one has a green background and the incorrect one has a red background. Do you think you could send a screenshot so we know what you are referring to more specifically?
Gracias y saludos
I know its clear in theory, but I think my brain sees "correct answer" written on a red background at the top of the answers column, so immediately jumps to the red-background item as being the correct answer. The grey of the actual correct answer makes it look less important.
Oh it didn't accept the image I posted in. I am talking about the red-backgrounded heading of the "wrong answers" section specifically.
I don't think there is an 'answer' you can give me to this - I just wanted to flag it up as a weird design psychology thing that might be affecting other people too.
Yes, of course, I'll pass this on to the team to consider.
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