On some math problems in quizzes, I am using the "General answer comments" to provide students with an explanation of the solution.
I try to remain concise but often get the following message: "Neutral comments html is too long, max length is 5120 characters"
Why such a limitation? Any way I can override it?
Also wanted to report some buggy aspect of this error message:
I also found this while adjusting a typo in the question itself----I did not change anything in the comments area. You're little workaround, however, has proven to be a useful fix for the time being, but something is definitely wrong as I am not touching the comments whatsoever.
I have the same issue. Most of times, I could fix it by just deleting a line break. But sometimes, I have to take a screenshot of the comment and insert it as a figure, which makes further edits time consuming.
I believe this is a bug. Is there any fix?
just to say that I am having the same issue when entering a Table in the General Comment field.
Resizing the table very small does not seem to help.
The error message is not very helpful in indicating a way to fix the problem.
The Table's content plus any other text is 752 characters, so way below the 5120 highlighted in the message.