LIVE Share: March Madness - presenters Biray Seitz, Stefanie Sanders, Katie Bradford
Stefanie Sanders thanks for compiling the results of that discussion thread about the best-kept secrets. I really enjoyed your presentation. Also, I had success using Fn+Alt+F9 to show the content editor menu bar on Mac OS X 10.11 in the most up-to-date version of Safari, Chrome, and Firefox.
Thanks, Buddy! And it's good to know that Fn+Alt+F9 worked on your Mac. It seems to be working some, if not most, Mac users..
I'm excited to try the Fn+Alt+F9 feature! Do you know if it's sticky? In other words, do I have to enable it every time I edit a page or will Canvas remember that I enabled for a particular page (or in general)?
How in the world did I not know about the Move To feature!? That's amazing!
Mark, I actually discovered during the presentation itself that, at least on a Windows 7 machine in the Chrome browser, the Alt+F9 is not sticky. As soon as I navigated to the next page, the "hidden menu" disappeared. And I'm actually relieved to know that I'm not the only person who didn't know about Move To.
All, I've shared the course containing the artifacts to Commons. It's called "Canvas's Best-Kept Secrets--Commons Share," and you should be able to find it by using the tags "community review" "canvas" "canvaslms" or "training." Enjoy!
Now if I could just figure out how to capture the video for an iFrame embed. Drats! Some days I feel like an old decrepit dinosaur!
The "Revision History" is also nice if you do happen to be messing with HTML/CSS, and you break your content somehow and want to roll back to the last save! I have used this little trick often, especially when I don't feel like combing through the inline CSS to find what went wrong.
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