Import MS Word files directly by using Atto Word import plugin

October 20th, 2015

Another new plugin released in the Moodle plugins database is the Word Import plugin for Atto text editor which allows you to directly import all Microsoft Word files into your Moodle course including tables, embedded images and Microsoft Equation Editor equations, cleanly. Read More

New Plugin for Atto – More background colours

August 11th, 2015

Another new plugin added to the Moodle plugins database is the “More Background Colours” which is an addon for the Atto text editor increasing the Atto plugins count to 26.

More background colours plugin is intended to be a replacement for the core backcolor Atto plugin, allowing the Moodle administrator to freely define a set of colours that can be used by users. Read More

Font family for Atto text editor: New plugin

May 20th, 2015

Another new plugin for Atto – Font Family –  adds the functionality to allow the font family to be altered.

Font family for Atto is based on the Atto font size plugin and provides the same features that were provided in the TinyMCE editor. You can also provide your own list of font families in Site Administration > Plugins > Text Editors > Atto HTML editor > Font Family settings Read More

Atto font size plugin updated for Moodle 2.8

April 29th, 2015

Atto font size is a plugin for the atto text editor in Moodle which allows you to alter the font sizes using the Atto text editor. In the default moodle installation with atto editor,  you can’t change the font size of the text, but this plugin enables you to change it. Read More

New plugin: Atto Toggle Preview

March 11th, 2015

Sometimes while writing content using the Moodle’s text editor it is quite difficult to assess the output of the text as it is dependent on the order of the text filters. Now, there is plugin Atto Toggle Preview available for you on the Moodle Plugins database to quickly assess the results of the text content entered in any text area. This feature is handy especially in developmental and debugging situations, thanks to Daniel Thies for such a nice piece of work. Read More