Ah... so you're the one messing about with this.. thanks for the feedback..
I change.... grades changed manually would have to update the
- Agreed... I'll pass that on..
Catgories still appear odd, .. This will get pretty
long when folks have a few dozen assignments in the homework catagory.
Most instructors I work with want to see all of the individual assignments...which is why we went with the scroll bar the way we did. I'll see how hard it would be to have a display by catagory option
I thought I added an (moodle) assignment to a catagory, but it appears
that this is no longer working?
That should be working... I think it's a porting bug (we're moving the code from 1.2 to 1.4 and trying to get MySQL working at the same time). I know it works on the developers reference version.
When I click enlarge, I get this error:
Warning: Missing argument 4 for calculatepoints() in /www/htdocs/moodledev/course/gradebook/grades_library.php on line 646
This I KNOW is a porting bug. Will have that fixed soon.
The interface still appears very complicated..
There are a lot of features... Any suggestions?
why are the category, coursework, and grades drop downs above the header?
It has to do with the way 1.4 handles the headers vs l.2. I just tracked that down and hope to have it fixed tonight.
I think that's simply a setting in the JS. Let me check.
Mac IE 5.2, its totally wacked (big suprise. Mac Netscape it works fine though.
It still seems not to really work with Moodle activities very well.... designed to work with external activities than with Moodle activities?
Except for not reporting changed scores back to the activity, how could we improve it? The activities report themselves to the gradebook and update when the score changes... There isn't a clean way to automatically assign a activity to a category (and therefore a weight), unless we assume that all activities of a certain type are in the same catagory...
Thanks for setting up this test site!
Thanks for testing the test site!