Quizzes With Pictures
THIS METHOD IS OBSOLETE AND NOT NEEDED
create palm-compatible pictures and add those pictures to
a Quizzler quiz, you may need to use separate, third-party
software called FireViewer Suite. FireViewer Suite can be
found at: www.Firepad.com.
FireViewer Suite is available as a free trial and costs
$29.95 for purchase.
must own a copy of Quizzler Pro to create a quiz that contains pictures.
Once created, any version of Quizzler can be used to take the quiz.
to get your image on your Palm:
Quizzler quiz that contains pictures will consists of two parts: the
actual quiz file, and a database file containing the pictures. The
quiz file contains links to the picture database file.
downloading and installing FireViewer Suite, run the Fire Converter
program to convert one or more images for your Palm. Remember, images
must be 160 x 160 pixels. After successful conversion, you will need
to HotSync to transfer the images to your Palm.
the HotSync, open the FireViewer program on the Palm handheld and
you will see your image(s) in a list. You may see other files in this
list such as movie files, but the important thing to remember is the
numbered position of your particular image(s). It may be the first
image in the list which would be position 0, or the fifth image in
the list position, which would be position 4. It’s important
to remember that the first item in the list is always 0. You will
have to count the images.
to add pictures to your Quizzler quiz:
1) When writing/creating the actual quiz, a special tag is required
at the end of the question for which you'd like to add a picture.
For example, here is a sample quiz question with a picture tag added:
According to this picture, which direction is Loganville?##FireViewerDB:4
2) You'll notice on our example that directly after the question,
a tag called “##FireViewerDB:4” was added. By adding this
tag, you are telling your quiz to go to your FireViewer Database and
reference picture number 4 in the image list, thus the tag:
If you had 10 images in your FireViewer database, you would simply
replace the number "4" in our example with the position
number of the image you’d like to reveal.