Can Script close Graphics View 1, showing 3D View instead?
James Factor shared this question 8 years ago
I am using version 4.9.260 GeoGebra Beta (with 3D).
And even toggle back and forth between these two views?
Could the command SetActiveView[<View 1|2>] as a script in a button be used for this? If so, how would this be written?
Or is there some other way to do this?
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I think not ...
the command "SetActiveView[<View 1|2>]" ist not to open and close a view. Active is the view with the bold title. You can see the difference when grafic view one and two are open. If you enter a command to draw an object, it is shown in the grafic view that is active.
The only solution is IMHO to have two GeoGebra file.
Try this new command :)
Your explanation gives me the understanding necessary to properly the command "SetActiveView[<View 1|2>]".
The SetPerspective command does exactly what I need to do.
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