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Up until a couple of months ago we were running IE6 on all our PCs but an update or ...
9th July 2009, 11:21 PM #1
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IE8 and Moodle (Via CLEO)
Up until a couple of months ago we were running IE6 on all our PCs but an update or updates to moodle developed problems with editing courses. with this in mind we updated to IE8 (we bypassed IE7 as in general it seemed much slower than 8 and had previously decided to give it a miss).
We then developed the problem of accessing WebDAV, i quickly found the solution either on here or Moodle User Groups to set up a web location, which worked apart from the folder view was all numbers. I didnt realise at the time how many teachers used the webdav method to upload multiple files, and they really dont like the numbers and having to reference the number of the course to the folder they upload too.
I can understand their frustrations and wonder if anyone has found a solution/ reason/ cause for this and if it can be changed.
Thanks in advance
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10th July 2009, 12:51 AM #2
You let your teachers webdav multiple files over 30 meg? Interesting. We don't as a policy allow that because I reckon if they did, they'd just upload all their folders of unedited humongous multi megabyte photos and avi videos unnecessarily instead of learning the skills to reduce them and zip them up. What sort of things do your teachers webdav? Perhaps I should think again. Oh and using IE7 by the way so cannot help with the other problem sorry
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