In the current version (6.05), is there any way to control the amount someone can put into a open ended text box. I know that it maxes out at 64k, but certainly there is a way to control that. The max chars box is there, but it is inactive and unusable (shaded out). Any ideas?
I have a similar problem: my Open Ended questions are all set to a max length of 255 characters and this is impossible to change, it's greyed out. Installing this plugin didn't fix the issue. Any ideas?
We are still running Opinio 6.0.5. Quite some time ago we had downloaded the Free text validator plugin and we were able to get the text length in open-ended questions to expand via the Plugin validator method. However, we are now finding that when we create surveys in Firefox 10.0.2 and IE 9 we cannot get past the 255 character length no matter what we put in the plugin validator field for Max text length.
Yet with older surveys that we had created in earlier versions of IE and Firefox and have copied, e.g., for our evaluation templates, the open-ended max lengths are kept in the copied surveys, e.g., 10 rows, 75 columns set at 750 characters in the Free text max length in the plugin-validator does allow for that number of characters.
Is the issue with these newly created surveys their creation in a later browser versions?