1. I created a course and separated by topic. He has a comprehensive glossary that is not within any topic. And within each topic has a talking glossary of this topic. I would like the glossaries to stay within the topics, so do the automatic link to the topic where they are. That is the glossary in the second topic, you should do automatic link in the words that are inside this topic 2.
2. Sign the word "flame" in the glossary. In my course have a sentence like this: Paul is called Paulinho. And he created the link but in fact the word has nothing to do. Want to know how to make it not happen. And you have to do this.
I think my biggest problem is my first doubt.
Thanks to all
Restricting the scope of a glossary to the Topic where it resides is a very good idea. Unfortunately it is not possible to do this in Moodle at the moment. I will look into this problem and maybe post to the bug tracker (new feature) about it.
Ex: <link> people </ link> ... people ... people ... peopl
Autolink leave only the first word
Filter match once per page
Automatic linking filters will only generate a single link for the first matching text instance found on the complete page. All others are ignored.
Filter match once per text
Automatic linking filters will only generate a single link for the first matching text instance found in each item of text (e.g., resource, block) on the page. All others are ignored. This setting is ignored if the one per page setting is yes.