After repeatedly having spoiled a question by accidentally opening and saving it with a non raw text editor (Atto) I wonder how I could streamline my workflow and avoid such accidents.
I find myself constantly switching between unformatted editor and Atto or TinyMCE (don't know the implications of choosing one or the other). This always takes a series of mouseclicks, just for changing a setting in the question like type checking.
It seems there isn't an undo option for such accidents, is it?
I see these options:
- Stick with the unformatted editor and use an external html editor for visual editing (copy from Moodle, do the edit, copy back) to avoid editing raw html and enable insert of images
- keep separate files with the contents of the cas regions in stack questions and paste them into moodle in case of an accident or when I create the content. In fact that is what I do with JSXGraph content outside STACK in order to have syntax highlighting when doing edits.
- make backups (export) of questions and re-import them in case of accidents. Yet I didn't find a way to export individual questions.
Any of these ways generates significant amount of extra work load. Is that the way it has to go or do I miss something?