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Thread: Set position for background image, not scale items

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    Set position for background image, not scale items

    I need to have an image in a scale response item. For some reason, the parameters for setting the location of both seem to be the same (t - top, l - left), and when I set them ML applies them to the position of the scale, rather than the background image file. How do I specify the position of the scale items and the image independently?

  2. #2

    back image & scale response

    I'm having the same issue. Scale response items are moving with the parameters, but I can't seem to get the back image to move. I see this was posted a while ago...any ideas on a fix? Were you able to solve this?

    Cheers,
    Bek

  3. #3

    fix!

    I actually found out a solution: type the parameters for your image ONLY into the image box immediately after the filename is listed--this moved ONLY the image around the screen. Continues to use the scale-response parameters to move the answer choices. A friend of mine had this in coding and I stumbled across it. Hope this helps!
    Beka

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