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Helmut
Noob
Themenersteller
Dabei seit: 30.04.2011
Beiträge: 8
Hi,

what is the best way to format text? E.g. I want to display something like this:

Answer1
- Sidenote1: Additonal information
- Sidenote2: Additonal information
Answer2
- Sidenote3: Additonal information
- Sidenote4: Additonal information

I figured out that I can do lots of formatting using HTML tags but unfortunately the tags are also printed out.

Furthermore it seems that only a maximum of 3 lines are printed.

Thanks, Helmut

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florian
Newbie
LearnLift Development
Dabei seit: 08.06.2009
Beiträge: 11
Hi Helmut,

What text do you want to format like this?

If you want to format the list of answers in multiple choice mode this is not possible as only 1 line is displayed and html is ignored.

You can however use html to do formatting in the "answer example" field.

Best regards,
Florian
Helmut
Noob
Themenersteller
Dabei seit: 30.04.2011
Beiträge: 8
"florian" wrote:

What text do you want to format like this?
[...]
You can however use html to do formatting in the "answer example" field.


I attached an example.
Dateianhang

Helmut
Noob
Themenersteller
Dabei seit: 30.04.2011
Beiträge: 8
Here is how I created the card.
Dateianhang

Helmut
Noob
Themenersteller
Dabei seit: 30.04.2011
Beiträge: 8
And this is how i gets printed.
Dateianhang

florian
Newbie
LearnLift Development
Dabei seit: 08.06.2009
Beiträge: 11
Hi Helmut,

Sorry it has taken me so long to reply. Unfortunately, it does not appear that it is possible to format the card text in the way you want when printing. The HTML formatting does work on the card within the program, but not when printed out.

It does only display 3 lines for the answer but you can get more text printed if you put some text in the answer example field - unfortunately the HTML formatting in the example field prints out too, but it would give you a little more space for plain text.

If you absolutely want to print these cards with this sort of multi-line formatting, the only idea I have, which is a lot of work, is you could format the text however you want in an image and then add the image containing the text you want to each card.

Best regards,
Florian
Helmut
Noob
Themenersteller
Dabei seit: 30.04.2011
Beiträge: 8
Hi Florian,

sad to hear about that. Are there plans to change that, to provide the user a feature to format text in future? I think that the optical learning is an important part in better learning.

Helmut

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florian
Newbie
LearnLift Development
Dabei seit: 08.06.2009
Beiträge: 11
Hi Helmut,

I will recommend this feature for the next version, it definitely makes sense. Unfortunately we have not scheduled a date for the next release.

Best regards,
Florian
awigston
Noob
Dabei seit: 03.06.2013
Beiträge: 1
Is it possible to use subscript and superscript for questions and answers?

Andrew
christoph
Professional
LearnLift Development
Dabei seit: 16.11.2007
Beiträge: 206
Sorry for the late answer and yes you can by using the HTML tags <sup>SUPER</sup> and <sub>SUB</sub> tags, BUT if you use them in the answer it must also be included in the entered answer, whcih is not very nice, but kan be worked around by using Self-Assesment mode.

Fink Christoph
LearnLift Development
www.learnlift.com




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