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==TinyMCE spell check==
 
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TinyMCE has Google Spell(default), Pspell or PSpellShell as its spell checking engines. The engine can be changed in ''Site administration > Plugins > Text editors> TinyMCE or via Text editors> Manage and the settings link.
The engine used by the TinyMCE spell check (Pspell, Google Spell or Pspellshell) may be set by following the TinyMCE settings link in ''Site administration > Plugins > Text editors''.
 
  
 
==Generate PDF files from HTML==
 
==Generate PDF files from HTML==

Revision as of 11:16, 6 December 2010

Template:Moodle 2.0TinyMCE is an opensource javascript text editor from Moxiecode released under the LGPL licence. It is being used by some as a replacement for the HTML editor used previously in versions 1.8 and 1.9 of Moodle. TinyMCE is the default text editor in Moodle 2.0 onwards.


Plugins

Some plugins are Moodle-specific and need to be maintained separately.

TinyMCE spell check

TinyMCE has Google Spell(default), Pspell or PSpellShell as its spell checking engines. The engine can be changed in Site administration > Plugins > Text editors> TinyMCE or via Text editors> Manage and the settings link.

Generate PDF files from HTML

Creates an icon for PDF files.

Tips and Tricks

moodlenolink

  • moodlenolink tag. Lets people mark some text that must not be filtered by Moodle (ie. to prevent auto-linking).

See also