[Xerte-dev] Re: Dialog comment field

Smith, John J.J.Smith at gcu.ac.uk
Sat May 28 23:23:59 BST 2016

Hi Inge,

Searching Github for 'commentary', it only comes up in .xwd files and in a .txt file so I suspect that it was implemented in the Flash engine but hasn't been implemented in the HTML5 Dialog page model yet. Probably Fay knows more or why it's not been done or not needed any more.


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Subject: [Xerte-dev] Dialog comment field


In the interactivity page 'Dialog' I have a 'Commentary' field on the question page. This doesn't seem to do anything. Does someone know what it should do?


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