[Xerte] Re: xerte LO link not opening in Moodle
ronm at mitchellmedia.co.uk
Fri Jun 21 14:20:38 BST 2013
the reason that happens is to prevent users logging in to your Moodle as
guest and then authoring in your Xerte installation. However if the LO is
public it shouldn't happen. Can you share the link to your guest access
course here or even just the link to the public LO?
Can you close all browser windows and try again yourself? If you only visit
the LO it shouldn't give you that message.
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[mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Bardell Jason
Sent: 21 June 2013 11:44
To: 'Xerte at lists.nottingham.ac.uk'
Subject: [Xerte] xerte LO link not opening in Moodle
Is anyone else having the same problem? I have set up a Moodle page and
allowed guest access so that colleagues from other organisation can tap into
a course. We are running Moodle 1.9 incidentally. I have a hyperlink to an
old xerte 1.8 LO that I designed before upgrading to xerte 2.0, now when I
visit as a guest I get the following message "Sorry you do not currently
have permission to author with Xerte." This is from the Moodle page. When I
log into Moodle with u/name & password I can access the LO. Why is this
happening? I have visited the properties tab of the LO and copied the
shortcut to the Moodle page again but this makes no difference. The toggle
is set to Flash in the LO.
Can anyone help?
Jason Bardell | Kent Fire & Rescue Service
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