edit 3D Figures reset edges settings

hawe shared this problem 2 months ago
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Every edit of a 3D Figure cube, prism,....


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resets all colors and edges settings AND set flag of edges to Show label which is counterproductive for a auxillary object. makes all time a lot of work to go back to state of art

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For all bug reports please always

* post .ggb file

* say exactly what you did

* say what happened

* say what you expected


as we can't guess and fill in the details ourselves

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Once again


3D Objects generated with edges set auxiliary flag AND label flag. I ask me why an auxiliary object should show labels?


I expect that a auxiliary object do not show a label by default because auxiliary and after having set all label,color,line,point styles, I expect that an edit of the object chances only the edited values - do not reset all color, label, line style, point style settings to default of this object.


My pic above shows after makeing a cube greater all default style settings come back and even all labels of auxiliary edges .

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Please try and do this:

* say exactly what you did

* say what happened

* say what you expected

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Por lo que entiendo él ve un prisma limpio, sin aristas y sin etiquetas

cuando cambia los vértices del prisma él ve un prisma sucio, con aristas y con etiquetas

él espera seguir viendo un prisma limpio después de la edición

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@Michael

Why the nonsense is so hard to see that an auxiliary object (the edges) is labeled in graphic window (show label ) - especialy as default setting AND especialy that editing the object (especialy changing vertices) overwrites all user settings with default settings.

I dont know how to express that I expect editing vertices do editing vertices and nothing else...

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Sorry, I don't understand. Please try and write 3 paragraphs

* say exactly what you did

* say what happened

* say what you would like to happen

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