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  • Re: Feedback appears twice

    Yes, I see the behaviour, but that's what's expected for JCloze. You can see the same behaviour in the test exercise here:

    martindholmes 2 days ago
  • Re: Feedback appears twice

    Hi Martin,  The exercise can be see via hotpotatoes.nethotpotatoes.net - login page ... hotpotatoes.net - login page ... User Name:

    kornel.nagy 3 days ago
  • Re: Feedback appears twice

    Hi there, Can you post one of your exercises on the Web so that we can see it? Thanks, Martin

    martindholmes 3 days ago
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This is a discussion group for users of Hot Potatoes, a suite of Web authoring tools by Half-Baked Software Inc. and the University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre.

When posting a question about a Hot Potatoes exercise, please make sure you put the exercise on the Web and include the URL in the message. We can't help with a problem unless we can see the problem. Also, don't forget to tell us what operating system and browser version you are using.

The Twitter hash tag #HotPotatoesSuite is also in use for tweets discussing Hot Potatoes.

Please don't post questions about the Moodle HotPot module; those are Moodle problems, so you need to write on the Hotpot module forum http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=1599, one of the Moodle support forums.

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http://validator.w3.org/

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