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New Config-Option for QTI course-nodes :: "fullscreen"

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      Tests can already disable collaboration tools while running, however, it is still easy to navigate around in OLAT. A new configuration option should be implemented in QTI nodes (assessment, self-assessment, surveys) to display the test/questionnaire in full screen.

      The implementation should be analogue to the full screen implementation in the SCORM module (same wording as in SCORM "Nur Modul anzeigen, LMS ausblenden").

      Add on:
      If feasible, clicking outside the QTI runtime should be prevented not only by CSS tweaks but also by listening to the QTI event on some crucial places. But this must be checked first if possible with the current framework, not to much time should be invested into this.

      DoD:
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      • In editor, the fullscreen config is there for tests, selftests and questionnaires
      • In editor, the config option is described in the DE and EN context help
      • In runtime, when fullscreen enabled and user starts test, the test opens in a special layout that removes all OLAT elements that do not belong to the test
      • User can finish test only using the buttons provided by the test itself depending on configuration. No back link.

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            Assignee:
            srosse Stéphane Rossé
            Reporter:
            srosse Stéphane Rossé
            Tester:
            Christian Franck
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