I have some JCross exercises that I want to use in my Japanese Moodle course. Today, I uploaded them into my course to test but discovered that the section of crossword grids is displayed almost completely out of the screen to the right in Firefox. When I moved the page to the right using the horizontal scroll bar and clicked one of the question numbers in the grids, however, the grids displayed properly in the centre of the page. Strangely, this does not happen if I use Internet Explore 7, which is the standard browser at my university, to view the course.
Unfortunately, both my students and I have to use Firefox this coming semester to access to the course. My course is set to UTF-8 to allow me to use both English and Japanese within the course but, I recently found that IE 7 has a Kanji display problem (it displays all Kanji characters in a Chinese font, not Japanese) if a web page is tagged with non-Japanese encodings, including UTF-8.
I have tried to use JCross file instead of html version, but it did not work either (keypads were displayed only partially).
I am using Moodle 1.8 and Hot Potatoes v 18.104.22.168 (i.e., the latest version). I am not sure which version of Hot Potato Module that we are running, but I could find it out from IT.
I attached an example JCross file that I had a problem. I would greatly appreciate it if anyone could help me to solve this problem.