A professor has used a wiki in their course and needs to look at the student edits to assign grades. When comparing two versions of a page, the color coding is not showing up that indicates what changes the student has made.
I have looked at the wiki in three different browsers. Does anyone know if there is a setting that controls this?
I can't see any particular setting related to color coding in the Wikis. Can you see the color coding in other Wikis besides this one? There's a short video on comparing different Wiki versions at http://ondemand.blackboard.com/r91/movies/bb91_course_tools_viewing_wiki_page_history.htm. You can also do something similar by clicking on "Participation Summary" and selecting which student you want to look at in the lower right corner.
Remember, you only see color coding when you are comparing two versions of the Wiki, which shows before and after the student edited it.
Thanks for the response. I cannot see color coding on any other wiki comparison pages. It may be an issue with Service Pack 5....I archived the course and then loaded it in our test system, which is running Service Pack 8. I can now see the color coding on page comparisons, but there are several errors in the text due to a mismatch of building blocks between the two installations :(
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