Coordinates in saved ggb-file differ from ones in Panel uf Objects
My native language is Russian, the letter was translated by https://translate.google.com/
Hello, dear staff of the GeoGebra Institute!
You have made great elegant programs!
Please accept my sincere admiration,congratulations and thanks!
1. I recently created a file in GeoGebra-Classic, thenI extracted geogebra.xml from a saved GGB file and started to expore it. I sawan amazing oddity. On the monitor in the session with GeoGebra, point H hassome coordinates, and in geogebra.xml they arecompletely different. The problem is only with this point among all the[visible] points. I opened this file with different versions [4.2, 4.6, 5.0]and again on the monitor I saw CORRECT COORDINATES.
I don’t know how to fix the situation, but it really hinders me in my studies [I am 73 years oldand I just love solving mathematical problems]. And Idon’t know - maybe other data in my other geogebra.xml files is also incorrect.
It is possible that there are viruses on my computer,and this is the result of their work.
2. A small suggestion, possiblyimproving the pedagogical and presentation function of the system [and yes, ofcourse, I know about animation].
Suppose I connect two points by a segment.
It would be nice if there was such a Playback ofdrawing construction commands that would show not only the process ofconstructing the segment itself [selecting the "Segment" tool fromthe corresponding menu, clicking on the first point, clicking on the secondpoint - and now, a segment instantly appeared], but also his [segment] slow appearance. In this version of the view, the“creation" of a segment is better and more understandable. Now I can do itapproximately, but in an indirect andinconvenient way: make a segment from the first point to the auxiliary pointand, then, arrange the animation of the movement of the auxiliary point fromthe first point to the second.
I'm not at all sure about the absence ofviruses on my computer - so be careful with my GGB file!