asking for an easy way to delete th trace from a dynamic
at least, when , under condition, the object is not seen.
Try ctrl-f (or click the reset icon top-right), eg
well, i have 2 curves and sometime i wont to delete 1 trace
and in other case i want to delete the other curve.
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.
in advanced features we can use conditions with slider like with an oscilloscope to see or not the traces
Bests: Daniel :wink:
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.
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...)
The files are in the Upload manager
Bests: Daniel :laughing:
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.
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.
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.)
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.
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.
Comments have been locked on this page!