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I'd like to show the user the choices list, with their selections highlighted, rather than the 'Sorry Results are not available' - It seems that the choices are not available from the template in question however. Can anyone suggest a good way to access that data?
There is no translation of Advanced Poll for Drupal 7, I'd like to do it.I'm member of french team of translations.
Could you help to begin. The chains on
does not seem to be D7 version?
How can I put chain of the A P module on localize.drupal
Thanks for this good module.
I'd like the ability to have a set of choices appear by default when creating a new poll. I'm currently working on a voting application and it would be convenient to be able to have 'Yea', 'Nay', and 'Abstain' appear as default choices whenever a new poll is created.
I looked at the code a bit but I'm not sure where this type of functionality should be added. I think it would make sense to add it as optional behavior inside the content type. Possibly add a "default number of choices" and "default choice values" as a comma-delimited list?
Any help/direction would be appreciated.
I work for the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychologists as a web developer.
Some years ago (2009) we commissioned some modifications to AdvPoll and have been using it to nominate new members in our organization as well as voting on and awarding annual awards.
Now we'd like to port the modified poll to D7 and wonder if we can enlist the help of the Drupal community of developers rather than face the estimated $10,000 cost we have been quoted by the company, which shall remain nameless.
In exchange for help from the community we'd turn over the code modifications.Read more
i am new to drupal, so pls pardon me for such silly qtn. i have pulled down advanced and added it to my drupak site. I have created 2 binary polls and now iam not able to figureout how to display it for users to participate and also be able to see the results. I want to show it either in a block or in a page. By default advanced poll only creates a "latest poll" kind of block. that also doesnt show any of the choices. it just shows the results that nobody has voted yet.
If some could help me out on this.
I want to show all the polls' results in a list format. Like the out put of a view, the results of all the polls will be shown in a list. The way it does on wordpress wp-poll:
Can anyone please help
Thanks in advance.
I am looking for a developer to create a module that is similar to your poll_field module, but with just a few changes.
The budget for this project is $250 and the end module can be contributed back to the drupal community.
Here is a quick overview of what I want to achieve:
High level overview:
Users will submit the names, bios, and photos of people to be voted upon. If a submission is accepted it will become a "nominee". Nominees will be voted upon and the nominee with the highest votes will become a "member".
Detailed overviewRead more
Hey all, this is really a two part question... (specifically, for the Advanced Poll Block) does anyone know of a way to:
1) Show the results (instead of voting options) for Anonymous (not-logged-in) users?
2) Change the "you are not eligible" $message to a "[login] or [register] to vote" message?
Any help is appreciated,
I was wondering if any of you have experience of including majority judgement voting into your websites?
Could it be considered for a future feature for advanced poll?
There's going to be lots of advanced polling/voting features required!
Looks like there's been a request to use Advanced Poll on Groups.Drupal.Org:
If it happens it would be great visibility for the module and a huge population for generating bug reports and feature requests.
Hey guys, Anders and I are planning to do an official 1.0 release of Advanced Poll pretty soon. This will be a high quality version of Advanced Poll that has all major features working and is relatively bug free. It will also serve as the base for our Drupal 6 port of advpoll, which we will start working on after the first D6 Release Candidate, so it needs to be solid.
If there is anything in particular you want to argue for, or unreported bugs you've found, now is the time to speak up.
Here's what I would like to be accomplished over the next month:
- Fix all bugs currently in the issue queue and implement all feature requests.
- Better display/theming of configuration options in the poll display (e.g. duration, starting date, eligibility, etc.).
- Views integration.
- Default options per content-type.
- jQuery magic for ranking votes.
- Email capability for electoral list - option to send to all who are eligible, those who have voted, or those who haven't voted.
- Actual releases for 5.0 and 4.7 branches.
It's also time for some progress evaluation from last month, when I had the following priorities for my work on Advanced Poll:Read more
It's been five weeks since the last update and a ton of progress has been made on Advanced Poll:
- Ported to Drupal 5.0 - all new development is occuring on the 5.0 branch
- Dynamically add or remove poll choices
- PostgreSQL support (additional testing needed)
- Start dates for polls
- Submit votes using Ajax
- List polls at /polls
- Cache voting results
- Add/remove individual users from Electoral List and a button to clear it entirely
- Allow votes to be reset
- Numerous bug fixes
In the five weeks since the last update several features have been added to Advanced Poll module, and we are also working to improve usability and overall code quality.
New features include:
- Borda Count
- Electoral list tab
- View votes tab
- Cancellable votes
The module is undergoing rapid development so bug reports and feature requests are much appreciated.
The Advanced Poll module now supports approval voting in CVS. Approval voting is implemented by adding a "maximum choices" option for each poll. If it is set to one the poll behaves as usual and users can only vote for one option. If it is set to something else (something greater than one, or 0 for no limit) users may check off the choices that they approve of, up to whatever "maximum choices" is set to. For example, if maximum choices is set to "2" users may vote for their top two choices in a given poll.