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  1. Moodle QA
  2. MDLQA-7170 Moodle 2.8 QA
  3. MDLQA-7318

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


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    • Moodle 2.8
    • Moodle 2.8
    • HTML Editor, Teacher
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      Note For this test the site administrator needs to have
      1) the Tiny MCE HTML editor available in Site administration>Plugins>Text editors>Manage editors.
      2) the emoticon enabled in Site administration>Plugins>Text editor>Tiny MCE HTML editor> General settings
      3) the 'Display emoticons as images' enabled in Site administration>Plugins>Filters>Manage filters.

      1. Login as a teacher, edit your profile and set the TinyMCE HTML editor as your text editor.
      2. Type some words into your profile description and insert an emoticion using the button in the TinyMCE HTML editor.
      3. Save changes and check that the emoticon is displayed correctly by navigating to 'View profile'
      4. In a course, turn editing on; add a label and insert an emoticon
      5. Save and display and check that the emoticon is displayed correctly on the activity page.
      6. Turn off the 'Display emoticons as images' filter for the label from Label administration>Filters
      7. Check that the emoticon is no longer displayed and instead it has been replaced with symbols.

            gmads Guillermo M.
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