i wish there would be an easy way to delete the trace

grazotis shared this question 10 years ago
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asking for an easy way to delete th trace from a dynamic


worksheet (html).


at least, when , under condition, the object is not seen.


thanks.

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Try ctrl-f (or click the reset icon top-right), eg


http://www.geogebra.org/web...

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thanks.


well, i have 2 curves and sometime i wont to delete 1 trace


and in other case i want to delete the other curve.

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Re: i wish there would be an easy way to delete the trace


I realize this is an old post, but it did answer one question I was wondering. The <ctrl><f> works, but I would like to be able to use a checkbox to turn trace on/off for a specific point. I am working on a simple page to illustrate inverse trigonometry functions. Some learners work better with a checkbox rather than using the option menu.


This could be a request for a new feature for a checkbox.

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Hi

in advanced features we can use conditions with slider like with an oscilloscope to see or not the traces

Bests: Daniel :wink:


https://ggbm.at/540207

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Daniel what you are demonstrating showed me a new technique, but I do not think that this technique is what is being looked at. The trace that we are looking at it the trace created by the turning on/off of the trace of a point when you right click on a point and trace of its change in position. Your trace is not a trace, but is the turning on/off of functions not that of a trace.


Tony

https://ggbm.at/540215

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Try this in the pre-release version:


* View -> Spreadsheet View

* View -> Algebra View

* Right-click -> Trace to spreadsheet

* Change construction

* Select columns A and B

* Right-click -> Create list of points

* Right-click on list1 -> Copy to input bar

* Click on input bar -> press <Enter> (creates list2)

* Delete list1 and all the points


You can now show/hide list2 (but it's now not a dynamic trace...)

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Hi all

There is a way for that but with javascript and html page. Javascript buttons are to see or to hide the trace.Try this way here

http://www.geogebra.org/en/...

The files are in the Upload manager

Bests: Daniel :laughing:

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thanks.


that is what i ment.


i was at yours website and it's very beutiful.


i didn't understand whether i can see the ggb file.

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Hi all

There is a way for that but with javascript and html page. Javascript buttons are to see or to hide the trace.Try this way here

http://www.geogebra.org/en/...

The files are in the Upload manager

Bests: Daniel :laughing:


I agree with grazotis that this is a great site and I can see a lot of things that I would like to learn how to do. I can even see possible ways to do somethings that I would like to try for my site. But the example that you gave us only shows that you have a solution, but you have not allowed us to open the applet into GeoGebra to look at the Construction... and I was able to see your Javascript elements, but the Construction is important and could this be done with a checkbox for those who do not know Javascript well.


I understand the locking of applets to prevent loss of your intellectual property. But if you are sharing a single method, there is an need to share the construction. Could you at least print the construction in this forum.


Thanks,


Tony

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Hi,


You can find your way through to the ggb file by following the trail (using folder names from the address) through from http://www.geogebra.org/en/upload/. It's quite a useful way of finding files!


(Hope I'm not breaking any protocols here.)


Kathryn

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Hi all, Hi Katrynp

It's strange but few people know the Upload Manager geogebrawiki site .It is a place to pool resources GeoGebra .. Most of the examples are already there. I have two directory page in French. but I am not the only one.

I invite you to come in the Upload Manager very often and also put your work with Geogebra.

Daniel :wink:

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Hi all, Hi Katrynp

It's strange but few people know the Upload Manager geogebrawiki site .It is a place to pool resources GeoGebra .. Most of the examples are already there. I have two directory page in French. but I am not the only one.

I invite you to come in the Upload Manager very often and also put your work with Geogebra.

Daniel :wink:


I am happy to know about the Upload Manager site. This was a place that I had not found as of yet. I have sent my request to join. Thanks for the info.


Tony

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