[LON-CAPA-users] encoding in RAT new in 2.10.1?
Mills, Douglas G
dmills at illinois.edu
Fri Jan 25 11:26:53 EST 2013
It appears it may be possible this is related perhaps to a Safari update
-- I've been able to get rid of the encoding in the Resource Names inside
the sequence by editing and saving/publishing again in Firefox.
Apparently. Encoding still seems to appear sometimes in the conditional
statements though. If it is Safari, it must have been an update because
that's what I normally use there as well. Are there any server settings
which could affect this? There have been a couple tweaks to the server
since our upgrade over the break I think. Anyway, still trying to sort
this out and I'll do a bug report when things seem a bit clearer. Thanks
Director of Instructional Technologies
Department of Chemistry
University of Illinois
dmills at illinois.edu
On 1/25/13 10:14 AM, "Stuart Raeburn" <raeburn at msu.edu> wrote:
>> Is this a feature of 2.10.1 or is something else going on here?
>No, not a feature of 2.10.1, as far as I know.
>Could you file a bug report (with a screenshot uploaded to the bug
>I created a sequence file using a resource with a space in the file
>name, and also in the title included in the metadata of the published
>resource, but did not see the encoding you reported when using the
>Simple RAT or Advanced RAT in Authoring Space on a machine running
>2.10.1. But perhaps I was looking in the wrong place?
>LON-CAPA Academic Consortium
>Quoting "Mills, Douglas G" <dmills at illinois.edu>:
>> HI All,
>> We've finally updated our version to 2.10.1 and I'm noticing now
>> that whereas before when using the RAT for doing sequences I named
>> resources thinks like "Lab 1" with no problem, now new items I'm
>> encoding are showing up as "Lab%201". What's more disconcerting (and
>> I haven't had the chance to see yet whether it works as it should
>> for the students) is the complete encoding of the long, complex
>> conditional strings we use. Is this a feature of 2.10.1 or is
>> something else going on here? Thanks!
>> Douglas Mills
>> Director of Instructional Technologies
>> Department of Chemistry
>> University of Illinois
>> dmills at illinois.edu<mailto:dmills at illinois.edu>
>> (217) 244-5739
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