rezaferry lon-capa-cvs@mail.lon-capa.org
Fri, 03 Nov 2006 04:10:17 -0000

rezaferry		Thu Nov  2 23:10:17 2006 EDT

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Changed some of the portfolio reference text link. So that when it shows up in the html help, it does not only have a question mark, but a text followed by a question mark

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Every student user on the LON-CAPA system has a quota of 20 MB of portfolio space. Each file the student add reduces the quota. However, portfolio submitted files can be modified by the grader and then  uploaded back to the student, this will apear as a new 'version' of the file for the student but does not count against their quota.

-To use the portfolio to store files you must first create directories (\ref{Portfolio_CreateDirectory}) and subdirectories. After creating the directory that you need to enter the directory (\ref{Portfolio_ChangeDirectory}) and upload the file (\ref{Portfolio_AddFiles}) to the current directory.
+To use the portfolio to store files you must first create directories (See: Creating Directory \ref{Portfolio_CreateDirectory}) and subdirectories. After creating the directory that you need to enter the directory (See: Changing Directory \ref{Portfolio_ChangeDirectory}) and upload the file (See: Adding Files \ref{Portfolio_AddFiles}) to the current directory.

-To use the portfolio to retrieve file, find the directory that contains the file then click on the file name (\ref{Portfolio_OpenFile}). The file that you wanted will be downloaded to your computer.
+To use the portfolio to retrieve file, find the directory that contains the file then click on the file name (See: Opening File \ref{Portfolio_OpenFile}). The file that you wanted will be downloaded to your computer.

-You can also share your files by changing the file permissions (\ref{Portfolio_ShareFile}). You can also find/read other people's shared files by typing going to the other person's about me page (http://server/adm/domain/user/aboutme/portfolio).
+You can also share your files by changing the file permissions (See: Sharing File \ref{Portfolio_ShareFile}). You can also find/read other people's shared files by typing going to the other person's about me page (http://server/adm/domain/user/aboutme/portfolio).

Also see:
\textbf{Deleting File} (\ref{Portfolio_DeleteFile}), \textbf{Renaming File} (\ref{Portfolio_RenameFile}), and \textbf{The file list} (\ref{Portfolio_FileList}).