Atto: Justify align

atto_justify
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Moodle Module for adding text functions in the Atto editor.
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# moodle_atto_justify


Moodle Module for adding text functions in the Atto editor.


## Instalação


 ```

 git clone https://github.com/CoticEaDIFRN/moodle_atto_justify.git justify


 - Put the plugin folder in /lib/editor/atto/plugins in the moodle directory;

 ```

  **or**

  ```

  - Download the moodle_atto_justify.zip directly

  - O Moodle irar guiá-lo na instalação;

  ```

 - Go to Site `Administration `> `Plugins ` > `Text Editors` > Atto `Toolbar Settings` and you should see the Justify align module, added to your list of installed modules;


 - Now you need to add the name of the justify module configuration, to the menu structure, at the bottom of the page in: `Toolbar Configuration.`


**When you see:**


 ```align = align. ```


 **Change to:**


 ```align = align, justify. (justify is the name of the configuration module)```


- Lastly, make sure that the Justify text icon is on the edit toolbar for atto.


## Development


- o add new functions to the module you need to add them to the `button.js` file located at: `/lib/editor/atto/plugins/justify/yui/src/button/js`


- Once you have made the changes, it is necessary that you run the `shifter` to update the atto

- Here's how to install the [shifter](http://docs.moodle.org/dev/YUI/Shifter).

- After the installation run "sudo shifter" inside the directory: yui/src/button

Make sure the new icon is on the edit toolbar for atto.

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