Yeah, your this structure is good, I think

2010/6/4 Lea de Groot <w...@elysiansystems.com>

> On 4/06/10 2:41 PM, nedlud wrote:
>
>> The full questions in the form is "Do you require an interpreter?"
>> This is followed by: "If so, what language?"
>>
>>
> Personally, I would try this structure:
>
> Do you require a translator?
> o No
> o Yes
>   [] Greek | {"I require a Greek Translator"  written in greek}
>   [] Russian | { "I require a Russian Translator" written in Russian}
>   [] etc
>   [] Other [__________ ]
>
> and so on, obviously using the languages appropriate to your population
> segment.
>
> I wouldn't do anything clever with making the language part appear and
> disappear when they select yes/no, as seeing the name of their language in
> the form can help prompt them to check it.
>
> Hope it helps
>
> Lea
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> Lea de Groot
> Elysian Systems
> Brisbane, .au
>
>
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