As you may know, the questions in a Moodle HotPot activity come from a Hot Potatoes file that is stored within the activity.
If you go to the settings page for any Moodle HotPot activity, you will see the Hot Potatoes file in "Source file" for that activity.
If the Hot Potatoes file is an HTML file, then you can download
it, edit it in a text editor and upload
it back to the activity.
This method works well for small tweaks, but not for major changes, such as adding new questions.
If the Hot Potatoes file is not an HTML file, then it is probably an XML
file. In this case, the file name ends with one of the following extensions:
- a JCloze file ends with ".jcl"
- a JCross file ends with ".jcw
- a JMix file ends with ".jmx"
- a JMatch file ends with ".jmt"
- a JQuiz file ends with ".jqz"
For any of the above file types, you can download
the file, edit it in the one of the Hot Potatoes editors (JCloze, JQuiz, etc) and upload
it back to Moodle.
Once you have opened the file in on the Hot Potatoes editors, you can see the answers.
, you may also be able to determine the answers to questions by looking at the source code of the HTML.
Hope that helps,