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I take multiple-choice quizes in my browser. The questions look like this:

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One of the techniques I use when answering a multiple-choice question is to eliminate obviously incorrect answers. In this case, I'd like to eliminate the fourth choice.

My teacher uses HTML that looks like this:

<font size="+1" color="#000000"><input type="RADIO" name="answer" value="4">
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</font>

I'd like a Chrome extension that:

  • Detects these radio options, and
  • Adds an option to the right-click menu (or equivalent accessible thing) called "Eliminate" or something similar
  • When clicked, the extension should indicate in some way that the answer obviously isn't right - maybe grey it out, disable the option, etc.

Is there an extension that will do this?

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Userscript

I've made a userscript as an answer to this. It disables the radio button so you can't click it (and kind of grays it out). You can get it over here.

Read the comment at the bottom of that link for details on what to change to make it work.

To use it, download the zip, unzip it, and drag the disabler.user.js file to chrome://extensions.

Alternatively, install Tampermonkey and add the file there.

Please do tell me if anything doesn't work - I've only tested it with a simple form.

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  • Thank you! Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner on this, it works perfect. – Undo Nov 25 '14 at 19:39
  • @Undo You're welcome. Glad to hear it works! – ᔕᖺᘎᕊ Nov 25 '14 at 19:42

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