It happened in a course that I just created.
Always on those equations. (when typing strictly was unmarked)
There is no space or anything else.
The cause of this probably has to do with the fact that all those characters would be ignored in non-strict typing mode. From my experience I asume that if in those items there would be a letter or number everthing would be working.
I had terrible trouble a few years ago. I set up “strict marking” to avoid a problem and put hidden alternatives (ie with “_”) and I think that became part of the expected answer! Which just made things worse.
The original problem (which I think was to do with leading numbers) is still outstanding.
hi, @DW7: strict marking is not enabled, i never do that in my courses … however, i know about this problem, that is why i always add in _alts also the alternatives without any accents (i’d like to find that keyboard for Poruguese characters, but… there is nowhere to find). I think the database is again in scrambles and gives tardy reactions
DW7: wow, many thanks for your “Hilfsbereitschaft”… helpfulness?
But let it be for a while, I do think the database needs again some time to update - those items were the ones that got audio just before, I therefore suspect it has something to do with changing the entry…
And: if an alternative, which is not the first in the front line (in the definition) or it is not in the front line but simply a visible alternative, has accents, the user has to answer with accents. Unless the creator adds all possible alternatives . If one has as definition a row of synonyms, if (only) one of these contains an accent - than the whole row is somehow automatically set on “strict typing”. Unless the creator adds all possible alternatives in the _alts (which I almost always do )