I'm not sure if I have missed something, but according to this Moodle Doc on using Unoconv in Windows 10/Xampp configuration, there should be a path somewhere to connect the converter. I have the CLI, the du, the dot paths and ticks for Aspell, Ghostscript and Python, but I don't see a path statement for unoconv. Yet the Moodle doc says:
Set pathtounoconv to the batch file created above (C:\unoconv\unoconv.bat)
Oh? And where is that set, not in Site Admin > Server > System Paths,
I understood the the non-pdf document conversion to pdf was undertaken by the Cron, so went into Scheduled tasks and checked to see of the task was enabled, yes, that's good. I then checked if the cron was actually working and no, it wasn't. After a bit of finessing, I got the Cron working, but when I go to a non-pdf doc in the Assignment and prepare it for annotation, it is just not converting. I am assuming that there is to be a connection here, but how is that connection made in v3.6. I seem to recall I got this working in a past version, but too long ago and I no longer have access to the notes I made at that place.
btw, the Annotation using Ghostscript works, I have even added a couple of stamps of my own, and that all works nicely, but the conversion from a doc to a pdf for annotation is just not working. The Moodle docs are not helpful here... Any ideas?