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Working with MUMIE as author

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FAQ for examination lecturers

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# Create a content document (article, problem or exercise)

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1 Navigate in the File Explorer to the right directory (section) and open the context menu by right-click with the mouse. Choose "New Document".
2 It opens a dialog box. Choose between the offered types (Article/Problem/Exercise for content), in case of Problems or Exercises choose a template, and enter a name.
Press Save.
3 WebMiau creates a new file and displays it green (new) in the File Explorer. Furthermore the new document opens.
4 Now you can enter any content between \begin{content} ... \end{content}
Try for example: "My first text in WebMiau".
Create a preview with the preview button on the right toolbar

# Create a media document (image, audio or pdf file)

It's easy to use audio content within the generic problem framework. At the moment only mp3 (mpeg 2 layer 3) files are supported.

For a guide how to use media files in your content, see the guide on media.

# Copy documents

Instead of creating new documents, you can also copy documents from the webmiau File Explorer into your directory.

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1 Navigate in the File Explorer to the right file and open the context menu by right-click with the mouse. Choose "Copy".
2 Navigate in the File Explorer to your directory (section) and open the context menu by right-click with the mouse. Choose "Paste".
3 It opens a dialog box. Choose a name for your copy and press ok.
4 WebMiau creates a new file and displays it green (new) in the File Explorer. Furthermore the new document opens.

# Create subdirectories (sections)

In a similar way as for the creation of documents, one can create subdirectories:

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1 Navigate in the File Explorer to the right file and open the context menu by right-click with the mouse. Choose "New Section".
2 It opens a dialog box. Choose a name for your subdirectory and press save.
3 WebMiau creates a new subdirectory and displays it green (new) in the File Explorer.

# Main structure of content documents

The main structure of a content document is

12345678\documentclass{...}\begin{metainfo}    \name{...}    ...\end{metainfo}\begin{content}    ...\end{content} 

In general, as an author, you only need to do changes between
\begin{content} and \end{content}. Everything else will be configured and updated by
WebMiau automatically for you.
An exception is the \name{...} in the metainfos: If the document is used in a course this name is displayed in
the content tree of the course. It is not visible in the preview.