Arrow keys movement are reversed

Clueid shared this question 6 months ago
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Pressing the left arrow key shifts the screen to the right and vice versa.


How to make left arrow moves the screen to the left?


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Version: All GeoGebra online apps (Jan, 2021) as well as GeoGebra 5.

I tried this on multiple computers and platforms, so I think it's from GeoGebra itself.

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Do you mean the left arrow move the (0,0) to the left or right??

Create a horizontal segment, then point over the segment. Select it and press right arrow. Does the point move over right extreme of segment??

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Yes, point movements are natural. Right arrow moves it to the right. I am talking about the screen or view itself.


Press the "Move tool" and click on an empty portion of the screen, then press right arrow. Does the screen moves to the left?

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press right arrow

The axes move to the right. Don't know what you mean by "screen"

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Yes. That's my problem. When I press right arrow, the axes move to the left. Why is it reversed?

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Don't know - something specific to your computer as it seems to be working for everyone else

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I tried it on a different computer. The same issue is there.

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Just to make it absolutely clear, I've recorded it in this video:

https://imgur.com/a/Y5MrxCs


All clicks made in this video are right arrow clicks. When pressing right arrow, the axes go to the negative numbers instead of the positive numbers.

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