Atto: Multi-Language Content

atto_multilang2
Maintained by Picture of Julen Pardo Julen Pardo
This plugin will make the creation of multilingual contents on Moodle much more easier with Atto editor.
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Atto multilanguage plugin


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Purpose

The aim of this plugin is to facilitate the creation of multilingual content, forgetting the awkward method present from many versions ago.

There is an existing plugin that makes this easier, developed by Iñaki Arenaza, but only for TinyMCE editor. So, we have found necessary a plugin for the default editor of Moodle to perform this task.

The implementation of this plugin has been based on the mentioned TinyMCE plugin, using also Iñaki's other plugin, the multilang2 filter.

Requirements

Above mentioned Iñaki Arenaza's filter_multilang2 is required.


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Julen Pardo (Lead maintainer)
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  • Picture of David Mudrák
    Thu, 28 Jan 2016, 8:56 PM

    Thanks Julen for sharing this plugin with the community, and thanks for prompt responses to raised issues in your github issues tracker. I was able to successfully test the button functionality, with just some minor issues reported. I am happy to approve this now. Good luck with further development and fixes - you are cleared to land now. Welcome to the Plugins directory!

  • Picture of Irith Herman
    Thu, 27 Oct 2016, 8:10 PM
    Hello
    Can I use it in quesions?
    I Tried it and it doesn"t work well.
    when I write it in the answers it distroying everything.
    Irith
  • Picture of Mathieu Pelletier
    Fri, 2 Dec 2016, 4:16 PM
    Thanks for the work on this- this is a fantastic idea. Multilangfilter2 is really great and a big improvement over the previous version. However, this particular atto integration does not seem to work well for me. In fact, I had to uninstall so that I could use Multilang2 again. With the atto plugin in place, the editor would highlight my tag and prevent me from editing it. As soon as I included the bracket "{" the problems began. I had this behaviour even after disabling the highlight feature in the settings dialogue. Finally, I could not configure the languages I wanted the atto plugin to display to the user. Do you have a manual that can address these issues? I'd be willing to give this another try if I can get it to work, solving the above problems.

    Thanks again for all the hard work!
  • Picture of Julen Pardo
    Sun, 11 Dec 2016, 9:22 PM
    Hello @Mathieu and @Irith,

    Sorry for the delay, but last times have been pretty busy for me.

    There's a known issue regarding the questions that is pending to be solved.

    The bugs can be opened at: https://github.com/julenpardo/moodle-atto_multilang2/issues

    I'll try to solve them as soon as I have time for it.

    Cheers,
    Julen
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