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TinyMCE, Moodle's text editor for a number of major releases (which replaced HTMLarea) has been acquired along with Moxiecode the project's developer. Ephox, the acquirer will be rolling all Moxiecode projects into its portfolio. According to the press release, Ephox...
WIRIS provides educators a tool for creating great math notation and using it within platforms like Moodle. While it's a software as a service, the WYSIWYG math equation editor provides a visual tool for creating math equations right within...
Looks like Atto has been selected to be Moodle's default text editor from 2.7's release on. The text editor, specifically built for Moodle is written in javascript as a standard Moodle YUI module. You can already give it a...
John Ehringer recently posted at Moodle.org about the new TinyMCE 3 installation instructions for 1.9.12.  I was able to install this successfully for Moodle 1.9.10* using only the three-step process outlined by the TinyMCE team at Github: https://github.com/WebCourseworks/moodle/tree/tinymce.  Specifically you'll...
Here's some interesting development news from Moodle.org, it seems that Chrome browser will soon display the HTMLarea HTML editor for Moodle without any of the suggested hacks and end user extensions: http://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-16336 Version 1.9.11's official public release is pending, but...
I use Chrome browser for my day to day internet browsing and work, even for accessing Moodle site.  Which is why it kinda stinks that the HTMLArea text editor doesn't function in Chrome.  There are 2 ways to get...