My son’s International Spirit Award is showing 17% progress without any requirements being done.
I wonder if it’s doing some sort of unmarked auto-credit (i.e. not displayed in the UI) for Citizenship in the World or World Conservation Award. Has he earned either of those?
Those are the only things I can think of that could theoretically cause “auto-credit” for work that’s not marked complete in the award itself. My son completed the MB requirement (which is marked Leader Approved), and he’s showing 20% complete.
It’s odd to me that the 17% you’re seeing doesn’t match either a uniform assignment of value (i.e. 1-4 + 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 = 7 requirements, 100% / 7 reqs = 14.2% each) or uniform for the “numbered” requirements (100% / 5 reqs = 20% each). It is, however, the average of the two “credit” distributions, i.e. (14% + 20%) / 2 = 17%.
Do the % change if you open up the award requirements page?
It is the same percentage in both views, it doesn’t change.
Also, I tried to reply to this thread using Chrome and the option was not there. I had to use Firefox.
That’s odd. I’m using Chrome right now and I had no trouble replying. Are you seeing the same odd behavior for the award in Firefox?
Might be a browser problem. Sometimes, closing the browser and clearing the cache can help.
Usually that means you are not logged in (even if they theoretically should be)
I cleared the cache in Chrome and it still won’t let me reply. If I refresh the page, it will show the reply button briefly and then disappear.
Solved: The Adobe Acrobat extension was altering the webpage for some reason. Once I turned it off, it worked.
What happens if you go into one requirement and save it without adding a completion date?
That worked! I opened the first requirement in the award and saved it without adding a date and it went to 0%. Thank you.
P.S. He was the only Scout I could find with this issue.
I’m glad it solved that for you. Doesn’t really explain how it got set incorrectly in the first place in order to fix a potential bug. It’s something for us to watch for going forward if we see more of this. Thanks for reporting it.
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