[Xerte] Re: language
i.donkervoort at tor.nl
Wed Jan 13 11:26:41 GMT 2016
Normally it should be Dutch.
The example is an old example created in English and later put into Dutch.
Maybe that's the problem. When you create the learning object in English
the text of these kind of things will be English.
Can you try to create a new learning object and make sure it's in Dutch?
And then add a quiz?
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Julian Tenney schreef op 13-1-2016 12:18:
> No that should not be the case: Tom and Inge know more about this than
> I do. It might be a bug: which page type are you using? The single
> question MCQ page? Or is this quiz? It might have hardcoded strings
> left in there...
> It shouldn't be difficult to fix, don't worry.
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> [mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] *On Behalf Of *Elly Langewis
> *Sent:* 13 January 2016 11:15
> *To:* Xerte discussion list
> *Subject:* [Xerte] language
> Hi all,
> Is it true that no matter what the language is set on the learning
> object level, feedback to MC questions will always end with an English
> sentence, like "Your answer was incorrect."?
> Even in the example in Dutch which was given by Inge Donkervoort this
> is the case (see attachment).
> I hope this is not true...
> Elly Langewis, CPIO
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> Department of Biology
> Utrecht University
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