In SpeedGrader, if you have selected to hide student names, and then change the quiz in a way to impact the potential grade, the warning message displayed at the bottom of the quiz will still reveal the student name, rather than using the student number.
Desired behavior, presumably, would be to completely obscure student names if that option is selected.
Steps to reproduce:
1.) Create a quiz and have student(s) complete it.
2.) Change possible points for a question.
3.) Go to SpeedGrader and ensure that "Hide student names in SpeedGrader" is selected from the Options menu (under the gear icon)
4.) Confirm that upper right corner displays "Student 14" (for example) rather than student name.
4.) Refresh - bottom message will say something like: "Since >STUDENT NAME< took this quiz, the number of points possible has changed by 4. You can adjust for this change and manually add positive or negative points using this box." >STUDENT NAME< will be the registered name for the student, rather than the number displayed in the upper right-hand corner.
Workaround: No technical workaround exists, aside from averting one's gaze...
Expected behavior: Warning message should replace student name with "Student x" where "x" is their roster number to match list in the upper right corner.
[submitted by v.h. 5/19]