Hypothesis question

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Volkmar posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello,

 

is there a way to show the hypothesis of all elements. If i test (Ctrl + T) an element it is recognized, but if i test all together (Ctrl + E) some elements wont be recognized. And now i try to find out why.

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sahota posted this 2 weeks ago

Few questions :

1. Is this a single page document or multi-page ?

2. Have you defined Header in Layout?

3. Are there some mandatory search elements above this elements ?

4. Can you post picture of hypothesis tree . Picture will be helpful in identifying where and how exactly hypothesis is ending . Is this suddenly ending on some particular element ?

Volkmar posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello,

 

Thank you for your response, i think i found the reason for my problem. But first some more information that are maybe usefull. We use the FlexiLayout to find answers in a defined, but flexible questionnaire. We have a header (some static text) and a footer (barcode). On that questionnaire can be 2 types of answer free text (frame with handwriten text) and defined answer (multiple choice) in any combination. To make it more easy to find and identify these questions we have a number/number combination at the right side of these questions.

I found out, that the yellow part was the reason for not finding any question after page one. After adding the two lines before my recognition worked like a charme, but slower then before.

FlexiLayout1

 

1. it is a multipage document

2. yes there is a header and footer defined

3. yes, the header and the footer are required

 

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