Atto: Multi-Language Content

atto_multilang2
Maintained by Picture of Julen PardoJulen Pardo, Picture of Iñigo Zendegi UrzelaiIñigo Zendegi Urzelai, Picture of Kepa UrzelaiKepa Urzelai
This plugin will make the creation of multilingual contents on Moodle much more easier with Atto editor.

Multi-Language Content v2.0

Release notes

Atto multilanguage plugin

ReleaseSupported

This plugin will make the creation of multilingual contents on Moodle much more easier with Atto editor.

The plugin is developed to work with Iñaki Arenaza's multilang2 filter, and the idea is based on his plugin for TinyMCE editor.

Current version

The latest release is v1.9 (build 2017102700) for Moodle 2.9, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.4 and 3.4 (Checkout v2.9.1.9, v3.0.1.9, v3.1.1.9, v3.2.1.9 and v3.3.1.9 releases, respectively.

Changes from v1.8

  • Added Grunt support files. No we can check Moodle Javascript coding guidelines and minify the plugin code without installing the plugins.
  • Minor Javascript coding guidelines fix (signalled by the minifier, but ignored by the linter!)

Changes from v1.7

  • Multiple bug fixes, especially when there were more than one Atto editor in the same page. Closes issues #2, #18, #21.
  • Multilang tag highlighting 's are now removed/added when switching to/from HTML view, reducing clutter when editing the HTML code.
  • Cleaned the code to conform to PHP, PHPDoc and Javascript Moodle coding guidelines (all checks pass!)

Requirements

As mentioned before, filter_multilang2 is required.

Installation

  • Copy repository content in moodleroot/lib/editor/atto/plugins. The following can be omitted:
    • tests/ (if you're not going to test it with Behat)
    • .gitmodules
    • build.xml
  • Install the plugin from Moodle.
  • Go to "Site administration" >> "Plugins" >> "Text editors" >> "Atto HTML editor" >> "Atto toolbar settings", and add multilang2 to the Toolbar config where you prefer. E.g. multilang2 = multilang2 (see Text editor - Toolbar settings and Text editor - Adding extra buttons for instructions on how to add a plugin button to Atto toolbar.
Moodle 2.9, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4

Version information

Version build number
2017102700
Version release name
v2.0
Maturity
Stable version
MD5 Sum
831e72767197736f715c8a471a2f2ccc
Supported software
Moodle 2.9, Moodle 3.0, Moodle 3.1, Moodle 3.2, Moodle 3.3, Moodle 3.4
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 2.9
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 3.0
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 3.1
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 3.2
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 3.3
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 3.4

Version control information

Version control system (VCS)
GIT
VCS repository URL
VCS branch
MOODLE_34_STABLE

Default installation instructions for plugins of the type Atto

  1. Make sure you have all the required versions.
  2. Download and unpack the module.
  3. Place the folder (eg "myeditorplugin") in the "lib/editor/atto/plugins" subdirectory.
  4. Visit http://yoursite.com/admin to finish installation of the plugin.

To make the newly installed plugin available, you need to edit the Atto toolbar configuration so that the new plugin appears in the toolbar.

  1. Go to your Site administration ►Plugins ► Text editors ► Atto HTML editor ► Atto toolbar settings
  2. Add the new plugin to the desired position in the toolbar.