The advanced input mode has (surprise, surprise!) more options.
It is possible to give comment per question, an answer may fill multiple lines, and multiple-choice questions can be defined.
Enter the question in the window 'question', for example 'une'.
Enter the translation in the window 'answer (translation)', for example 'one'.
If required, add a second translation in the window 'optional second answer'.
Sometimes it is convenient to get a remark or hint when doing a test. This can be typed in the field 'Remarks (visible during test)'.
If you have finished the input, click (Save question) (Alternatively use the key combination [CTRL][Enter]).
..and the next question can be entered..
When the list gets longer, quick navigation is possible using the scroll bar.
Use the button to delete items.
It is possible to define multiple-choice questions. They will be presented exactly as defined.
For this purpose, change the 'Type of question' from [Normal] into [Multiple-choice]. Options A-F can be entered.
Check the correct answer.
As a variation the 'Yes/No question' exists. This is a multiple-choice question with the options 'Yes' and 'No'.
It is possible to add sound to the question, for a real 'reHEARsal'. This is good for learning the pronunciation.
Choose Add sound.
Especially for the dyslexic it is possible to 'label' the questions. With this label you can visualize whether a word is masculine, feminine or neuter. And with the label 'Pay Attention!' you can show that the question needs extra attention.
Other labels are: noun, adjective, verb and expression.
This extra information is shown as a color in the background.
Parts of the question can be made bold, italic or red. Or parts of the question can be underlined. Super2+ and subscript can be used for chemical formulas.
When finished with the input, the test can be started.