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  2. MDLQA-12282 Moodle 3.6 QA
  3. MDLQA-12677

CLONE - A user can add equations using an equation editor


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    • Moodle 3.6
    • Moodle 3.6
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      1. Log in as a student, go to a course and access any activity requiring text input, such as a forum reply or an online text assignment submission.
      2. In the text editor, click the 'Show more buttons' button then click the 'Equation editor' button.
      3. Try entering an equation and check that the equation preview shows it correctly.
      4. Click the 'Save equation' button.
      5. Click the 'Save changes' button and check that the equation is displayed correctly.
      6. Go to https://docs.moodle.org/30/en/Using_TeX_Notation#Language_Conventions, choose an equation.
      7. Copy the equation (Not markers $$) then repeat steps 1 to 5, pasting the equation into the equation editor and checking that the equation is displayed correctly.

            wuzi1999 Karen Holland
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