[LON-CAPA-users] Move simple problem to a folder?
Thu, 2 Apr 2009 06:13:38 -0700
Just an observation. I think that if you plan to create any more
than a very few problems, then you really want to get into an Author
role and create and publish your problems. Then you can import them
into your course and do anything you want with them.
On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 3:48 PM, Stefan Dröschler
> I'm sorry the method described didn't work for your simple problem.
> Indeed it looks like simple problems, score upload forms and drop box
> documents can't be moved and need to be created inside the folder you want
> them in.
> Am 01.04.2009 um 23:23 schrieb Chris King:
>> Thanks for the info. I didn't know about that method of moving documents
>> into folders.
>> Unfortunately, the 'simple problem' doesn't have a 'cut' option. The
>> syllabus does, which suggests that a 'simple problem' can't be moved.
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>> Subject: Re: [LON-CAPA-users] Move simple problem to a folder?
>> the following steps will guide you through the process of moving
>> - open the 'Edit Course' screen while being logged on as Course
>> Coordinator in your course
>> - navigate to the folder your simple problem is in (if you aren't
>> there already)
>> - click on 'Cut' to the left of the file
>> (the simple problem will now be placed below the file listing with a
>> paste button next to it)
>> - navigate to the destination folder
>> - click the paste button
>> Your simple problem should now be moved from the source to the
>> destination folder.
>> I hope this helps.
>>> I’m just starting to learn to use LON-CAPA. So far, my course
>>> contains a
>>> syllabus, a simple problem, and a folder. To get a feel for the
>>> system, I’d
>>> like to move the simple problem to the folder, but I don’t see how
>>> to do the
>>> What I have done is click on the folder to get to its “course
>>> section. From there I tried “Search”, selected “course search”, and
>>> the name of the simple problem. It found the document, but I didn’t
>>> find a
>>> means to move the document to the folder. It appears that the only
>>> way to
>>> put a document into a folder is to create the document in that
>>> folder. Is
>>> that correct?
>>> Christopher King
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Raymond J. Batchelor, Ph.D.
Department of Chemistry
Simon Fraser University