I think the problem you had is that I made it a fixed box quiz. You have to put the correct answer for the yellow box. You can use tab (or click the desired answer box) to move the yellow box to the desired answer if you need to skip. Don't forget, when the answers appear at the end (or when you type them) they don't necessarily match what will be accepted.
As to type-ins, every astronaut can be found by typing in their full name, with or without initial, their well known nicknames or common shortenings (such as Jim or Tom) or (boring) just their last name. If Apollo XII CDR is highlighted, then "Pete Conrad" does indeed work, and so does Charles Conrad and just Conrad.
BTW I defy anyone to come up with a spelling for the Apollo 9 LMP's last name that I haven't covered! :-)
There are wildcards you can put in something like s*w*k*rt or something similar which would be helpful. Similar for Apollo 13 command module pilot
And those did not work for the Apollo 13 CMP.
As to sw not working since his name doesn't begin with that sound, to me that's often slurred and it can be hard to know if it schw or sw
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