labels in 3D oblique projection cannot be moved

ccambre shared this problem 5 years ago
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hi

someone reported me that in 3D oblique projection, the labels of objects cannot be moved. I tried is and indeed. All mouse efforts resulted in turning round the 3D View. After changing the projection into parallel projection it was no problem to move the labels, which you want to do sometimes to get a nicer picture of a construction. Is this normal?


chris

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Hi,


Thanks for the report! We'll try to fix that as soon as possible.

Cheers,

Mathieu

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Should be fixed on next release.


Mathieu

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I am using 5.0.276.0_3D on Ubuntu 16.04 Linux (amd64), and I can't get the labels of any of my 3D points to move in any projection view. I have attached my ggb file. Unless I am missing the trick for getting 3D labels to move, there's been some regression on this issue. Please advise.

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Hi,


I guess you are talking about the texts near to the points? (for me the labels are moveable).

If I go in e.g. text "B" properties > position, starting point shows (1,2.53,-0.2) static coordinates. It should be B instead: then you'll be able to move text "B" around point B.

Cheers,

Mathieu

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No, I meant the labels; I only added the Text objects _because_ I could not get the labels to move, and I knew how to adjust the Text objects with their coordinates. However, when I reopened the file this morning, I could move the labels with no trouble. I am quite certain that the precise same procedure for moving the labels did not work yesterday, after a long session of working with Geogebra. So I guess all I have to report is that Geogebra (5.0.276.0_3D) can get into a state in which 3D labels are not moveable, all attempts to do so rotate the drawing. I realize that's not really actionable in terms of debugging, so I will post here again if I happen to come upon a reproducible way of exhibiting this bad state. Thanks very much for your response. Glen

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Ok, many thanks for your help for debugging :)


Cheers,

Mathieu

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