It would be so much nicer if one didn't need to scroll up and down the page during the exercise. Surely by resizing some of the components on the screen it should be possible to dispense with the need to scroll between each segment of the exercise, no?
Of course, if a cell phone is used that might cause more scrolling etc but on a 14" laptop screen it should be easy enough to presnet a page that's more concise . . .
Dictation exercise A1
Can you tell us more precisely where you find this limitation? Is it when you write down your transcription once you hear the audio for each phrase? and then you need to scroll down so you give yourself a mark and submit? Or is it in a different moment?
This could be passed on to the team if we know a bit more about it.
Thanks for following up. It's for every action! On my 14"screen I have to scroll down to find the start button and then scroll back up to follow the dictation and then scroll down to give a mark and then scroll down and up again. I think if the font sizes and the space betwen the title and the intructions were adjusted, the whole page might fit on a screen so there's no need to scroll. I wonder how the screen displays on a smartphone? I couldn't even imagine wanting to play around with scrolling on a phone.
OK, thanks Garry - it'll be passed on to be considered by the Technical/Development team.
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