Adding sliders to 3D view?

slehar shared this question 5 years ago
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I'd like to add sliders to a 3D view, as seen in material-57553 but the 3D view does not have sliders on its toolbar. How did he do that? Is this covered in a tutorial that I missed?


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hello

this material is not a 3D view (clic in the up-right icon then view)

this is only a 2D simulation of 3D


saludos

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Does this mean that it is not possible to add a slider in 3D view?

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hello

yes, it does


saludos

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This doesn't mean you cannot have sliders at all though. Just that they cannot be located in the 3D-window. You can have all the sliders you need in the ordinary Graphics window and use them to control your 3D-construction.


You can create them in the ordinary way using the Slider tool or by entering something like n = 5 <Enter>, then making it visibble and then adjusting the min, max and step values in the properties of the number/slider.

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Hi,


see also (simulation):

https://forum.geogebra.org/...


but agree with themadmathematician (for me this is also not nice).


Raymond

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