graphics export in geogebra 6 - no resolution control?

Ysl shared this question 1 week ago
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In short: Exporting high quality png pictures of graphs is one the core feature Geogebra provides for me. I use it as a teacher to generate pictures for my tests and many other things. Precise control over the resolution of the resulting picture file (dpi, scale etc.) is essential to me. I am quite disappointed that Geogebra 6 seems to lack this feature or that I am too stupid to find it. If that is the case, could someone point it out for me please?


If you decided to drop it for being too complicated: Please consider returning to the Geogebra 5 export dialog. I reverted to Geogebra 5 for now, but Im somewhat concerned that, at some point, it will be phased out.

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I hope we'll be able to add that at some point (maybe with not quite as many options :) )

You can already do it if you're happy with a bit of scripting:https://www.geogebra.org/m/pppcFyhd

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On a Retina Display a Screenshot has higher resolution as the GeoGebra Printout. (!!)

Please give GeoGebra an Export of vectorial graphics (eps, svg or vector inside pdf). In case I don’t mind loosing pixel export, there is no need for pixels for graphs that only contains lines and curves.

I love GeoGebra, but I love more the Version Number 5. Unfortunatelyin Version 5 – on a Mac – printing is impossible at all.

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When compared to Geogebra 5, Geogebra 6 makes a lot of bad design choices. It looks like any other app for touch devices. To me it is, however, a desktop application. There can and should be be a great many options. On the other hand, there is no reason why a touch screen keyboard should show up on my non touch sensitive desktop PC monitor and use up half the screen space. Why does this remind me of the Windows 8 disaster?

Sorry, I'm getting carried away. Geogebra has been a very useful and sometimes cherished tool for sth like 10 years. It is kind of sad to see the way it is headed.

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http://www.geogbra.org/graphing


-> File -> Download As -> SVG / PDF

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