Disable 3D in a non-GeoGebraStick environment

Max shared this question 4 years ago
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Hi there!

I'd like to ask if it is possible (with reasonable effort) to manually remove the 3D functionality - like in the GGS.

As the 3D functionality also should't be used on the regular Linux Mint installation I'd like to make a own environment with stick's restrictions. The only one where I couldn't neither a tutorial nor any glimpse if it is possible on one's own I ask here.

Kind regards!

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Yeah, I already know about the exam mode and we use it at sometimes to get a exam-like experience in the lessons. But it thought, since the exam mode and it's possibilities runs on the same GeoGebra core / code base if there is a way to lock the desktop app in a restricted mode?I try to modify my question: Is the GeoGebra version running on the no-3D GGS a result of modified configuration or does it require a specific parameter to compile?

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What doesn't https://tinyurl.com/geogebra-exam do that you want?


You can also try "enable3D":false

https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...

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I'm afraid we talk past each other. The exam mode is fine for an actual exam.

But when you want to regularly work it's pretty annoying and a problem to be locked in full screen and can't open/save files. Sure, we could continue to work with the standard app, but I'd like the students to not use a view they won't have in the exam.

Again, the exam mode does it's purpose, but I wish the desktop app had a switch to do the magic the GGS does :)

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Did you try the --2 command line option?

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