[TRAC-4936] trace of points in Grapics 2 shows in Graphics 1

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The trace of points in Graphics 2 defined from Spreadsheet also show in Graphics 1. If the points are moved to Graphics 1, the trace shows only in Graphics 1. See the image below, the 5 points can be seen as the black outlines in Graphics 2, but the trace (without the points) also appears in Graphics 1. The problem persists if the slider is moved to Graphics 1. The trace of a Graphics 2 point that is not defined via the Spreadsheet does not also appear in Graphics 1.

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hello

not a bug

hide list1 or put list1 in graphics2


saludos

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Thank you. Hiding List1 does indeed remove the trace from Graphics 1, but this in inconsistent behavior. Changing the visibility or trace of List1 has no effect of the visibility or trace of the points, so it is certainly not intuitive that changing a property of List1 would effect the trace visibility. If this is intended, where is it documented?

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Changing the visibility or trace of List1 has no effect of the visibility or trace of the points, so it is certainly not intuitive that changing a property of List1 would effect the trace visibility.


Changing the visibility or trace of List1 has effect only of the visibility or trace of List1

you are watching list1 in graphics1

also you can delete list1, the points will remain


saludos

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Since a List has no visibility properties and the trace of a List has no meaning, changing List properties should not effect the visibility properties of its elements. For consistency, trace should be a property of an element with a visual representation, and not effected by the elements inclusion in other lists.


As currently implemented changing the color, visibility, trace, or location of a list does NOT effect the display of the elements, so it is inconsistent that changing the visibility of the list, alters the trace.

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Hi,


I agree, it's not consistent. I made a ticket

http://jira.geogebra.org/br...


Cheers,

Zbynek

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