Can I get more control over formatting?

DelonC's picture

I have created a guess the answer question with a lengthy textual answer. In theory it works very well however the answer appears as one mass of text and is difficult to read. Is there any way that this can be formatted to rectify the issue?

I have attached an image of the text as it appears in the answer.

tim's picture

Unfortunately, Guess the Answer doesn't have additional formatting options right now. 

DelonC's picture

And judging by your response it wont ever have; so how is the formatting carried out because when I type the answer I am able to put line spaces etc in but it comes out in a completely different font when viewed as part of the activity?

Some of my staff and students have stated that reading the answer is difficult so if there was any other way it could be changed I am very interested.

tim's picture

Hi Delon, I didn't mean to give the impression that Greeting card will never have additional formatting options just that it doesn't have it right now.

 It is certainly possible for Greeting Card to be customized to your exact use case. If you have access to a developer or if your institution is willing to hire one, she can have a look at the code and make the necessary modifications:

H5P is not a traditional product but rather a community project supported by developers all over the world volunteering their time, so the speed of development really depends on the community and what they wish to see happen and what they are willing to contribute :) 



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BV52's picture

Hi Nancy,

I read parts of your comments earlier but it seems that you deleted them. Are you still having this issue?