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An Atto Companion for the Generico Filter
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Generico for Moodle Atto This is a companion for the Moodle Generico filter. It will display a button and a form for each Generico filter template you have declared. It will not work without the Generico Filter. You *must* install that first or at the same time. The current version depends on a version of the Generico filter that only runs on Moodle 2.9 ad greater. If your version of Moodle is older than that, please visit https://moodle.org/plugins/filter_generico to get a version compatible with your version of Moodle. 1. Download ============ Download the plugin from: https://github.com/justinhunt/moodle-atto_generico 2 Unzip / Rename / Upload ============ Expand (unzip) the zip file. Rename the main folder to "generico." It should contain all the files like "version.php." Upload the "generico" folder into the folder [PATH TO MOODLE]/lib/editor/atto/plugins 3. Get Moodle to Install It ============ Visit Settings > Site Administration > Notifications, and let Moodle guide you through the install. 4. Configure it ============ Go to Site Administration > Plugins > Text Editors > Atto Toolbar Settings Now add Generico to the menu structure near the bottom of the page e.g style1 = title, bold, italic, generico (where widget is the name of your atto plugin) Thats all. The Generico icon, a big grey G. should now appear on the Atto HTML editor toolbar. When you click it, Generico will give you a list of all the templates. Click the one you want and Generico will build a nice form for you to help you insert it.