[LON-CAPA-users] Version 1.3.0 Released
Wed, 29 Dec 2004 06:37:53 -0800
I had this same problem with a problem this semester. What I have done in
that case is replace the fixed images with gnuplots and thus all images are
now seen as "plot.gif". Another thing you could try is to make your problem
a randomlabel problem. Then the image might be called "randomlabel.png".
On Tuesday 28 December 2004 17:29, Jim Maxka wrote:
> This is a followup to Guy's interest in hidden links. I have some
> problems in which I want the student to identify somthing about an
> image, but to keep the images straight, there is actual information in
> the names. Some students right click on the image to get information.
> So for now, I have to rename all the images, usually with the opposite
> information in the filename. This can't go on forever. Anyone have
> experience with this situation??? --jim
> Guy Albertelli II wrote:
> >Hi Guy,
> >>>- encrypturl, you can mark resources so that the plain url is hidden
> >>> from sight
> >>1. How is this done?
> >A) in DOCS, click the 'Hidden URL' Check box, and click set
> > parameters.
> > Then login as a student and notice the URL gone to is no longer
> > /res/...
> > but rather
> > /enc/number/stuf.....
> >B) In PARM, there is an encrypturl parm now
> >C) In the Advanced RAT clcik 'Set Parameters' and look for the
> >encrypturl one.
> >>2. Can it be done for links inside HTML text (<a href=...>)?
> >Not currently.
> >Could be done though, would have some limitations but would be
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Raymond J. Batchelor PhD
Department of Chemistry
Simon Fraser University