The respondent is given a note and prompted to enter a second one at a given interval - answers are entered in a graphical user interface. It has been tested in a classroom setting in the Fall of 2009.
Many thanks to Anthony Borrow for his help with the contribution process.
I have installed it onto my moodle 1.9.7 dev site and found when I come to save the quiz this error pops up.
Have you come across this before? (see attachment)
It looks as though the database table hasn't been created.
If you haven't done it, you could try the following: on the the Moodle main page, click "Notifications" (just under "Site Administration"). You should then see a confirmation that a database table ("question_interval") has been created, after which the questions should save and load properly. Note that any question you have created prior to doing this would have to be discarded, because the question options wouldn't have been saved to the database).
Please let me know if this doesn't work if if you had already done it.
Thank you for your prompt reply.
If you need me to test anything out for you, please feel free to contact me.
I will look forward to the next update.
Thanks for pointing it out.
I just tried it in Opera 10.51, and Firefox 3.6 and received the errors: This text is replaced by the graphical interface. and This text is replaced by the Flash movie. (One was for Intervals and the other for Key Signatures).
I'm not sure if there are any Moodle settings that I should be checking. I'm running 1.9.7
I tried "intervals" with almost the same configuration as you (Opera 10.51, Firefox 3.6, 1.9.7) and it worked for me, both in Opera and Firefox. My Flash player is 10.0.45.2 - you could maybe try upgrading your flash to the latest version, although I doubt that this would change anything since Flash isn't loading at all on your pages.
4) Load a question page in Moodle - after loading the page, go back to the debugger window and check if any error message appears in the console (black window)
This page contains links that check various features of "swfobject" - try finding out if the links under "Dynamic embed method (using option 2)" work with your browser (they would show you various Flash movies and pop-up windows if they work). If they work, then the problem wouldn't be involving "swfobject".
If you have PC, I would be curious to find if Internet Explorer works (or Safari for a Mac?).
I would like to use it in Portuguese... How can I translate it?
Inside the question type code, (in the folder question/type/interval), there will be a folder lang. Currently that only contains a sub-folder en_utf8, with the various files that contain the English translation. You need to make a copy of that folder called pt_utf8, and then change all the text to Portugese.
You can browse the code of the interval question type online: http://cvs.moodle.org/contrib/plugins/question/type/interval/
Here is a plugin that has been translated into two other langauges, so you can see how it works: http://cvs.moodle.org/contrib/plugins/admin/report/customsql/lang/?pathrev=MOODLE_19_STABLE
plug-ins are excellent and I work very well com
I get in line questionnaire chords
this is if there would be an excellent contribution to those who teach music
dear friend eric I wonder if you can get the plug-in questionnaire tipe chords it would be helpful
Have you worked out how long it will be before the next update for the Music Intervals plug-in will be as I have tried to put it in the latest MOODLE app and a number of errors come up stating it is not an up to date plug-in (notifications section) and then I have to delete it in the question type folder just to make sure the site will work as the notifications keeps popping up if I try to go into the HOME page of my site.
It would be great to use this tool for my music students and I hope to add this plug-in soon. It would be a pity if it wasn't compatible with all the new updates to MOODLE.
Hope to hear from you soon about an update.
I have converted Eric's plugins to work in Moodle 2.x; and have conversed with Eric offline about releasing these to the community. They are still in Beta and I am waiting for approval for them to showup in the Moodle plugin database. They work identically, but required a bit more code to work in Moodle 2. I have not tested the Import/Export functionality, but they can be found here:
Please report issues on GitHub as well. Our music faculty began testing these on Friday, after I vigoriously converted 100 questions from Moodle 1.9 to 2.3.