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  2. MDL-45124

IE10: A teacher can not drag and drop text to form a label or page

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    • Testing Instructions:
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      On all supported browsers:

      1. As admin, Visit Settings > Development > Experimental > Experimental settings and ensure 'Drag and drop upload of text/links' is enabled.
      2. Select and copy some text from, for example, a word-processed document or webpage in another browser window.
      3. As a teacher on a course page, with the editing turned on, drag and drop the text into a section.
        • Confirm that you get prompted to upload the item
      4. Choose the first option and select upload
        • Confirm that it appears as text in the page
      5. Upload some other content (e.g. a PDF, an image, and a SCORM package)
        • Confirm that these upload as normal still
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      On all supported browsers: As admin, Visit Settings > Development > Experimental > Experimental settings and ensure 'Drag and drop upload of text/links' is enabled. Select and copy some text from, for example, a word-processed document or webpage in another browser window. As a teacher on a course page, with the editing turned on, drag and drop the text into a section. Confirm that you get prompted to upload the item Choose the first option and select upload Confirm that it appears as text in the page Upload some other content (e.g. a PDF, an image, and a SCORM package) Confirm that these upload as normal still
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_27_STABLE
    • Fixed Branches:
      MOODLE_25_STABLE, MOODLE_26_STABLE
    • Pull Master Branch:
      MDL-45124-master

      Description

      While testing MDLQA-7096, it was observed that drag-n-drop text is not working on ie10.
      Works fine on rest of the browsers.

      Steps to reproduce:
      1. As admin, Visit Settings > Development > Experimental > Experimental settings and ensure 'Drag and drop upload of text/links' is enabled.
      2. Select and copy some text from, for example, a word-processed document or webpage in another browser window.
      3. As a teacher on a course page, with the editing turned on, drag and drop the text into a section.
      4. Nothing happens

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                  Fix Release Date:
                  12/May/14