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Is anyone else seeing quiz answers with > and < converting to unicode?

Question asked by Tom Gibbons on Nov 9, 2015
Latest reply on Dec 16, 2015 by Tom Gibbons

Hi everyone--

 

Is anyone else seeing quiz answers that make use of the > or < converting to unicode equivalents? One of our physics instructors is having this difficulty with fill-in-the-blank quiz questions that make extensive use of the greater than/less than symbols converting to unicode equivalents when she saves the question, which means that student answers that are correct are being marked as incorrect.

 

She's a Mac user (so am I) and I can't recreate the problem consistently using any browser, but I have seen that it's a legitimate problem, and can recreate it inconsistently.

 

Tracey DeLillo I'm tagging you, here, since you're the only person I've seen mentioned more than once in connection with unicode.

 

Thanks for any help.

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