Thanks! Yes, I forgot to mention that I converted " to ” and so on before testing.
I tried troubleshooting this latest code without success, including hard cording the number of radio buttons, but still couldn’t get it to work. Did it work on your end?
Sorry to have thrown a complicated problem your way! We can leave it unresolved, don’t worry about it. I’ve already taken a good deal of your time, I’m sure.
Just to explain what I was hoping to achieve was that my question consists of an animated .gif. I wanted people to rate the image, but not until the animation finishes, and so I thought given the radio button hiding code, that was one way of going about it: not having radio buttons available to rate the .gif until the animation finished.
If there a way to present the “question” (i.e., just the image, which is the entirety of the question), and delay the response options (the radio buttons *and* the text labels next to them… rather than just the radio buttons), then that would be another way to do it.
If hiding the response options (text labels and radio buttons) is just as tricky as hiding the radio buttons, and then having them reappear, then, I could simply show one question, which presents the animation (as “descriptive text”; i.e., no question to answer), and then automatically advance to a second question that presents the last frame of that animation, and have participants rate that. That would be a work around, but just involves creating two questions per image rating, and a last frame image per each animation, which is why I wanted to see if there was a way to prevent choosing a multiple choice response option on a delay (figuring that was a more elegant solution, but maybe too complicated to code!)