I am using someone else’s activities for my trig class. Several of them are now broken because “Copy Previous” has been retired. When I copy and edit, the editor seems to fix the activity automatically. However, the following message refuses to go away: “Warning! This activity uses ‘Copy Previous,’ which is no longer supported. Please edit the activity before using it with students.”
The warning message prevents me from creating a class code. This issue is going to ruin my plans for next week. Duplicating the activities from scratch is completely out of the question because (a) I have virtually no experience creating activities myself and (b) I have too much other work that needs to be done. I already get too little sleep trying to keep up with everything I’ve put on my plate this summer.
I do not understand why the warning message persists. It seems the warning message itself may be broken. Is there anything that can be done, or do I need to accept that my trig students’ learning experiences are going to be diminished because Desmos screwed this up?