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This error can occur when an old JPNL (Java Network Launching Protocol) file is opened. If the file is downloaded by your browser, and not opened from the browser, you might have clicked a previously downloaded JNLP file. It is advisable to delete these files after the session is over or to always open from […]
In some browsers editing an existing draft reply, or clicking on reply when already having replied to a specific post, will lead to an error when submitting “Error: Failed to save message” Work around: Copy the content of the message you want to edit. Delete the message, and create a new one. Paste your original […]
If Chrome is blocking a pop-up, the following icon will appear on the right-hand side of the address bar. This is expected and is not considered an error because one can modify their pop-up blocking settings. However, a workaround for Firefox in the SCORM player exists where Blackboard identifies that a pop-up blocker is in place […]
In some internet browsers the Clear Format function of the (WYSIWYG) Text Editor is not working correctly. Blackboard is aiming to solve this known issue in its upcoming release. For the time being we recommend to copy- paste formatted text to a basic text editor in case of Text Editor formatting failure.
Select Tree View in the upper right corner and then click on the plus sign before a message in order to see the entire thread (message with all replies)
In the forum select on e or more threads by checking the box and then click on the Collect button.
A journal is an individual blog with the additional option to make it private meaning that each student can only see his or her own entries.
In both blog types all students can post entries, the difference is in the representation. In an individual blog each student has his/her own page in the blog. This means that is when you open an individual blog you see your own page in that blog, you can view the pages of others pages by […]
Adaptive Release allows an instructor to control the release of content to users. An instructor can create a set of rules that need to be forfilled before a content item is visable to student users.