I'm almost positive the answer is "no" to 'Can you drag and drop an image from your desktop into a quiz question text editor?' Is that right? Do you have to click on the image icon and pick the image, upload, insert?
See below..how in the world could it have been working for his students in the past?? I understand that it could work for him if he's on HIS computer but it was working for others??
Can anyone give me some clarification on this? See below with some of the teacher' responses and concerns.
Original Question from teacher
"So Ive been creating some new quizzes in my Moodle courses for Intermediate Algebra and Calculus BC. I typically use firefox to edit Moodle pages and questions cause it seems to be better (allow it usually freezes on my once per day and am thining of giving Chrome a try for a couple of days). However, when I open the same quiz with snapshot pictures inserted into it, the pics do not show up on my Chrome browser on my desktop nor laptop but they do show up on my firefox browser. To remedy this, I've used chrome to edit the quiz and create the questions and then it work in both. However, it is harder to use Chrome then firefox to edit due to the number of clicks Chrome requires in order to insert a picture.
This is obviously a big concern as our students will be using Chrome once chromebooks are rolled out. So I checked it out on the set of chromebooks that I have in my room, and it, to my surprise, worked without a problem.
Is this something we need to be concerned about since nearly our ENTIRE moodle course for Algebra 2 was created using Firefox? Or is something different with the Mac version of Chrome compared to the Chromebook version?"
"I've been snapshotting the images using command+shift+4 to save them on the desktop. Then I've been dragging and dropping them into the question edit screen. I know that on Chrome you cannot drag and drop as it will open the file in a new or current window. That is why we use firefox cause it is so much faster and easier....."
"Again, it works when you view in Firefox and Safari, but it does in Chrome. Also, all of the previous assignments we have created last year, the pictures work. But they do not for anything new we have created... "