Missing Buttons in Algebra View

WG1234 shared this question 9 months ago
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Hi,

I've just switched to Classic 6 from 5 and am finding the interface to be pretty different.

For example, I can't find the list of buttons in the Algebra View.

And I wanted to edit the Script for the button and so when I click on a Button and click Settings, it should launch the button's Object Properties?

But it didn't.

How can I access the button's Object Properties so that I can edit it?

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I guess you mean the options of the Style Bar? Click in the upper right angle of the View to open it and explore the options. In GG6 the Properties (Settings) don't appear in a separate window but on the right in the same screen as all the Views. So you better maximise the screen to work in it. Then you can drag the separations between the Views to the left, including the one of the Properties.

chris

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Salve :), Non credo che WG1234 intenda la barra degli stili. Credo sia come per le applet che si modificano on line. In Vista Algebra non appaiono alcuni tipi di oggetti che sono considerati ausiliari.


Occorre cercare nelle Impostazioni (rotellina): Mostra -> Oggetti Ausiliari.


Sarebbe peraltro opportuna questa visualizzazione di default. Raramente si deve lavorare a esempio con i punti, mentre difficilmente si creano pulsanti senza avere bisogno di inserire lo script.

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non pensavo a questo!

Indeed if you don't see some defined objects appear in the algebra view, they're probably defined as auxiliary objects. Click on the Settings of the Algebra View in the Style Bar and check show Auxiliary objects in the Algebra. Then you can open its settings in the Algebra instead of in the Graphics.

chris

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Thank you, @ccambre and @leuotea!

I clicked on Auxillary and the buttons show up now in Algebra view.

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