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Add a repository: you can add a repository to your Moodle site. They are set not activated by default, so you can edit them without impacting users.
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Add a repository: you can add a repository to your Moodle site. They are set ''hidden'' by default, so you can edit them without impacting users.
  
 
Delete: you can delete a repository plugin here. It will delete all settings and instances forever. You will still be able to re-add the plugin.
 
Delete: you can delete a repository plugin here. It will delete all settings and instances forever. You will still be able to re-add the plugin.
  
Activate: if you desactivate a plugin, this plugin will not appear into file picker and cannot be added to a course/user level.
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Hide/Show: if you hide a plugin, this plugin will not appear into file picker and cannot be added to a course/user level.
  
Sort: here, you can change the display order into the file picker.
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Sort: you can change the display order into the file picker.
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Settings: set the plugin options, create/edit instances.

Revision as of 06:40, 18 September 2008

Template:Moodle 2.0Location: Administration > Modules > Repositories > Manage repositories

Add a repository: you can add a repository to your Moodle site. They are set hidden by default, so you can edit them without impacting users.

Delete: you can delete a repository plugin here. It will delete all settings and instances forever. You will still be able to re-add the plugin.

Hide/Show: if you hide a plugin, this plugin will not appear into file picker and cannot be added to a course/user level.

Sort: you can change the display order into the file picker.

Settings: set the plugin options, create/edit instances.