Salam

I copied one formula quiz to another Moodle system.

The two pictures show the differences - Is there a way to keep the formula questions 'stable' in different systems and devices (computer, smartphone ...)

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Salam

I copied one formula quiz to another Moodle system.

The two pictures show the differences - Is there a way to keep the formula questions 'stable' in different systems and devices (computer, smartphone ...)

Judging from your screenshots, it looks like the problem is with TeX.

What is TeX?

I still don't get it..

How do I deal with the problem directly?

How do I make sure to have a 'fixed' equation in the Formula Questions so that when I move it to a different moodle site, it stays as it as and nothing goes flying around?

+ Why do the measures (for the**answer boxes**) change when I open the same Formula Questions on two different Microsoft-Windows computers (or any two other computers)?

How do I make it 'stable'?!

It's been taking too much energy and time from me to keep moving the answer boxes around and it's been driving me crazy how when I move what I worked on very hard from moodle to another everything changes all over again!!

Thanks.

How do I deal with the problem directly?

How do I make sure to have a 'fixed' equation in the Formula Questions so that when I move it to a different moodle site, it stays as it as and nothing goes flying around?

+ Why do the measures (for the

How do I make it 'stable'?!

It's been taking too much energy and time from me to keep moving the answer boxes around and it's been driving me crazy how when I move what I worked on very hard from moodle to another everything changes all over again!!

Thanks.

Hello Ahmad,

What and how many systems are you working on?

The first image you show seems to indicate a problem with the rendering of the equations, not with the answer boxes.

I think you should first make sure the equations are displayed correctly.

What and how many systems are you working on?

The first image you show seems to indicate a problem with the rendering of the equations, not with the answer boxes.

I think you should first make sure the equations are displayed correctly.