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This question type deals with musical scales. The respondent is given a note and is prompted to enter the degrees of the scale. Major and all types of minor scales are supported, with or without a key signature. The answer is entered with a Flash component.

Import/Export to Moodle XMl format is supported.

This plugin is released under the GNU General Public License V3.

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Requirements:

1) Moodle 1.9.4 or 1.9.5

The plug-in might work with other versions, but has only been tested with the two versions above.
2) PHP 5: the plug-in was coded with version 5.2.9. It hasn't been tested with ealier PHP versions.

3) Javascript is used to for communication with the Flash input component, and must be enabled for the question type to work.

How to install:

1) Copy the "scale" folder into the following folder: moodle/question/type. 2) Load the "Notifications" page on the Moodle home page - this will create database tables used by the question type.

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harmonic major melodic minor moodle music natural questiontype scales

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