Using light grey on the letters inside the box
To ensure the students tick the correct box in a matrix, I've put letters inside them so they're easy to identify. This makes the detecting threshold more critical. Is it possible to choose the colour of the letters that are put inside?
I would like them to be in e.g. 40% grey.
From revision r1267, this can be done with something like
Other solution: ask the students to fill the boxes completely, and use a "drakness threshold" around 0.6
I've tried this in the latest version, but I'm not the kind of guy who compiles an intermediate release.
Nevertheless, I found a Latex command using colour that did the trick:
which work like a charm! Nice weak, minuscle letters inside the boxes used in questions.
My next issue is that I would like to format the \AMCcode (box matrix used for studentID) to also show a weak digit inside the box.
did not work. Any ideas?
weak.jpg - Image showing boxes with weak and strong letters/digits (43.6 kB)
Ths first command I wrote works for both choices boxes and codes boxes. On Ubuntu, you can use development version of AMC from the test PPA repository.