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  1. Moodle QA
  2. MDLQA-6693 Moodle 2.7 QA
  3. MDLQA-6852

CLONE - The TinyMCE HTML editor enables emoticons to be easily added

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    • Functional Test
    • Status: Passed
    • Critical
    • Moodle 2.7
    • Moodle 2.7
    • HTML Editor, Teacher
    • None

    Description

      This test requires the TinyMCE HTML editor and 'Display emoticons as images' filter to be enabled at site level.

      1. Login as a teacher, edit your profile and set the TinyMCE HTML editor as your text editor.
      2. Turn editing on in a course and edit a section summary.
      3. Insert an emoticon using the button in the TinyMCE HTML editor.
      4. Save changes and check that the emoticon is displayed correctly on the course page.
      5. Edit an activity and insert an emoticon into the activity summary.
      6. Save and display and check that the emoticon is displayed correctly on the activity page.
      7. Turn the 'Display emoticons as images' filter off for the activity.
      8. Check that the emoticon is no longer displayed and instead it has been replaced with symbols.

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