Atto: Cloze editor

atto_cloze
Maintained by Picture of Daniel Thies Daniel Thies, Picture of Germán Valero Germán Valero
An Atto editor plugin to help create embedded answer questions
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Moodle 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4

This Atto editor plugin provides a user friendly interface for creating and modifying embedded answer (cloze) questions. The plugin reads subquestion specifications into a form to be edited, and writes the values of the form in the correct syntax for the embedded answer (cloze) question type.


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Picture of Daniel Thies
Daniel Thies (Lead maintainer)
Picture of Andreas Glombitza
Andreas Glombitza: Original developer of similar plugin for TinyMCE
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  • Picture of David Mudrák
    Mon, 15 Aug 2016, 4:31 PM

    Thanks guys for sharing this useful plugin! I was able to successfully test the functionality and found the code well structured and easy to follow. Well done on that. I am happy to approve this now. You are cleared to land, welcome to the Plugins directory!

  • cb userpic w harvey
    Mon, 20 Mar 2017, 12:26 AM
    Love this plugin! Would love it more if it's possible to make all word gaps a uniform width so students don't have clues that "long words go in wide boxes and short words go in short boxes." Any guidance greatly appreciated!
  • Picture of Germán Valero
    Thu, 26 Oct 2017, 10:18 PM
    Tested to work beautifully with Moodle 3.4beta (Build: 20171025) on 26th october 2017 smile
  • Picture of Hugo Ribeiro
    Thu, 26 Oct 2017, 11:19 PM
    Thank you! One quick question are you able to add decimals as points?
    Thanks in advance
  • Picture of Daniel Thies
    Sat, 28 Oct 2017, 2:46 AM
    As far as I know the question type does not support decimals in the point values so I have not supported that in the plugin. One can still have fractional values for a question in the quiz by having the total points greater than one and setting the questions point value to a non-multiple value on the quiz edit page.
  • Picture of Germán Valero
    Sat, 28 Oct 2017, 7:21 AM
    As far as I know, all questions (regardless of type) in a Moodle quiz must have integer point values.

    If you intended on using decimal points for some answers, just multiply every value for right and wrong answers by a factor of ten in order to get integer numbers. Moodle will automatically scale the final score of the quiz to whatever value you set for it.
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