assesments : weight recalculation error when category weight is changed
looks like multiplication is used instead of division. Ratio for new sub-items values should be calculated from : new_value/old_value not vice-versa.
Adding tooltips in scores, fixing decimals. Everything should be controlled by the platform setting "gradebook decimals" see #5168
Updated by Julio Montoya over 8 years ago
- Status changed from Assigned to Needs more info
- Assignee deleted (
- % Done changed from 0 to 10
Two possible solutions:
1. Block the "edit" button of the "Assigments" category if you already added some "links" (works) so you can't edit it.
2. Update all weight values of all the items inside the category.
I'm going to try #2
Updated by Marko Kastelic over 8 years ago
from my point of view, it's easier to manage weights inside category now. we lost info about weight of single grade, but it's dispensable. Yes, it's ok and can be used just as is.
-list view (overall) is a bit strange: values inside each category are given related to category weight, total related to 100%. if you read from left to right, you see something like : 17 (+) 40 (=) 73% /taken from chamilodev: http://chamilodev.beeznest.com/main/gradebook/gradebook_flatview.php?cidReq=00MK00&id_session=0&gidReq=0&selectcat=6/ without tooltips (those are very good, with right values) you are a bit lost. As far as i can see, values are the right ones. At last, i would like to see each of the columns sortable.
-add category is without mouseover tooltip
-export to pdf is not working
-'weight in report' (tools) is unaccessible (Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page, ...) and at the moment i can't remember what it was used for
-weight column should be shorten on behalf of 'edit' column (all the tools into single line)/two columns can be shorten: description and weight/
list view is crusial for the whole tool. I would like others to look at the list and give their opinions.