I am working on an applications for handicapped and elderly patients. They can handle tablet reasonably, but there is an eternal problem: Radio and checkboxes are MUCH too small and it is difficult to see when they are selected.
Bootstrap has buttons that slightly better, even if the color choice on the demo page is useless. RedCap has implemented perfect versions in their mobile platform which is build on Enketo (correct me when I am wrong).
The current version of ODK Collect has just-acceptable radio buttons when one chooses list-label, but the default version is tiny and squashed. Is there a setting where I can at least get the list-label size for the default radio buttons and checkboxes? MUCH bigger and color background on selection as in RedCap would be better still, but that's a major change.
There is no option in ODK Collect to change radio buttons / checkboxs size, you can only set text size in general settings but that's all.
When it comes to that squashed buttons we know about this issue. I have noticed that only on one device and you are the first user reporting it so it must be a device/os specific issue. Could you tell us what device an android version you use?
and according to that it's the way we should use selects.
Have you tried our no-butons appearance? Maybe it's not that fancy like what you attached in Better Radio buttons and checkboxes but it's closer to that.
I did a few preliminary usage tests. Problem with the no-buttons appearance is that people think it is the currently selected field, waiting for an action:"What should I do to make it really accept yes?".