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  • I want to change a Male / Female response to M and F. In Excel, I'd use a Left$( field, 1) or an IF statement, but how do I do this whenever I'm creating the embedded data? Surely there is an easy way to handle this in an e${ } functions, but where are all of these functions located?

    July 8
  • I need help trying to trigger a Survey from Zendesk. The documentation is not good or helpful in terms of being complete enough to get to a working survey. I have created the notify JSON event and on test it gives a 500 error from which is useless. Qualtrics is toooo slow to respond. Can anyone point me to a working example/documentation on how to use a notify event to trigger a survey that works. Also, zero explanation of the JSON block and/or how to pass data to the survey. Any advice would be helpful.

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  • I am trying to add a block that entails a memory game in which images flash on screen for 1000 milliseconds, followed by a word that flashes for 15 milliseconds, then another image, and finally another word. I have been reading various forums to find the right coding to add to the javascript to get the timer right but it doesn't seem to be working. This is what I could find online:

    Qualtrics.SurveyEngine.addOnload(function() {
    // first we wait ten milliseconds, for safety
    setTimeout(function(){ return undefined; }, 10);
    // make the div with id "subliminal" visible
    $("subliminal").style.display = 'block';
    // make the div invisible again, after 15 milliseconds
    setTimeout(function(){ $("subliminal").style.display = "none" ; }, 15);
    // click the next button to move on to the next page
    $('NextButton').click();
    });

    But I don't think its working, or perhaps I'm entering it in wrong. I also would like for it to auto advance as opposed to using the next button.

    July 5
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