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  1. Sakai
  2. SAK-43791

Long instructor comments doesn't display properly in student's grade report

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      1. As an instructor, enter a score in the grade cell of a gradebook item for a student and click "Add comments" after clicking the downward triangle icon on the grade cell.
      2. Add a long comment that has more than 200 characters in one paragraph and save the comment.
      3. Log in as the student who just received the new grade and open Gradebook tool to check the grade report.

      Expected Behavior: The long comment is properly displayed in the grade report. in one page and the long comment should be divided into several lines rather than in one row. The student is able to read the whole comment without moving the page from left to right.   

      Current Behavior: The long comment is displayed in one row.

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      As an instructor, enter a score in the grade cell of a gradebook item for a student and click "Add comments" after clicking the downward triangle icon on the grade cell. Add a long comment that has more than 200 characters in one paragraph and save the comment. Log in as the student who just received the new grade and open Gradebook tool to check the grade report. Expected Behavior : The long comment is properly displayed in the grade report. in one page and the long comment should be divided into several lines rather than in one row. The student is able to read the whole comment without moving the page from left to right.    Current Behavior : The long comment is displayed in one row.

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      When the instructor enters a comment for the score cell of a gradebook item for one student with a text that has more than 200 characters in one paragraph, the long comment is displayed in one row in the "grade report" page of the student in "Gradebook" Tool. This is inconvenient for the student to read the comment and also creates an empty space on the upper right corner of the page (see screenshot).

      A similar issue seems to already be resolved in SAK-31245, but this issue appears in 19.x nightly, 20.x nightly, and 21.x trunk server. A possible solution is to automatically move the remaining text in the comment to a new line when it reaches a certain number of characters, say, 100 characters.

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                  fyin2 Fangcong Yin
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