Updates and improvements to CodeGrade.
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July 28, 2021

Version Orchid.2

This release brings an updated continuous rubric category, where you can now define a lower and upper boundary. Besides that, the assignment state design has been updated and it's been moved to the general settings.

  • We've added the option to set a lower bound for continuous rubric categories. Therefore, it is now possible to subtract points with these categories. This is especially useful if you want to subtract points within AutoTest, for example for late submissions.
  • It is now possible to select which files should be loaded first when opening a submission. This can be specified under the "Advanced option" section of the "General Assignment" card on the manage assignment page.
  • Other improvements

  • We've made the way you set the assignment state more consistent with the rest of the design of the manage assignment page. You can now change the state in the "General Assignment" card, instead of in the header.
  • Added the option to change the way division of peer feedback is done after the deadline has passed. We used to always guarantee that every student would review, and was reviewed by the set amount of students. If a student submitted for the first time after the deadline this could cause a re-division. It is now possible to disable this behavior, this will not change the division for any students that already handed in, but might cause some students to receive more or less reviews than the set amount.
  • You can now set the available at from Brightspace, and also configure it directly while creating the assignment.
  • It is now easier to see how many students have handed in, and how many you're currently viewing.
  • Fixed small bugs, for example that hand-in requirements wouldn't update without reloading the page after importing an assignment.
  • Added new payment options, please contact our sales team for more information.
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