Chemistry editor plugin for Atto text editor, which is maintained by Geoffrey Rowland has been updated to a new version v2.9-1 which supports Moodle 2.7 to 2.9.
Chemistry Editor plugin for Atto allows you to edit chemistry equations in Moodle 2.7, or later, using the mhchem extension to the MathJax or TeX filter. Useful for full and ionic equations, isotopes, equilibrium reactions, thermochemistry and reaction kinetics. Includes a periodic table of element symbols. Read More
One of the new plugins added to the Moodle Plugins database this week is Virtual Keyboard which is a small addon for the TinyMCE text editor.
The virtual keyboard plugin adds a very much required functionality i.e. if students get the keyboard in their local language it is a great help to them and their teachers or vice versa. It also provides the capability to users with disability (who can’t use keyboard) to enter text in the Moodle’s text area. Read More
Mathslate for Atto text editor is now available as a stable release for Moodle 2.7 and 2.8 versions.
Mathslate is a customizable graphical tool for constructing mathematics within Moodle. This plugin adds the tool to the Atto editor. It may be used in addition to or as a replacement for other equation editors. Read More
Sketchfab for Atto is a new and small plugin for the Atto text editor which enables you to embed the sketchfab content to rich content areas within Moodle.
You can add any sketchfab content into your Moodle course just by clicking the button in your Atto toolbar, paste a link to a Sketchfab model and the plugin will do the work of embedding a good-looking thumbnail into your post for you. Read More
Mary Evans, the Moodle themes forum moderator has submitted a new and fresh theme in the Moodle themes database. The theme named “Morecandy” is a very simple and fresh theme which is supported for Moodle 2.8 version. Read More
Mathslate adds an editor to the atto text editor on your moodle site which is similar to dragmath for TinyMCE editor. MathSlate however has no Java dependency, and consequently it should usable in a larger variety of browsers including those on mobile devices. Mathslate is a mathematics editor that this plugin adds to the Atto toolbar. Read More
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