Move Sliders and Preserve Split View

Dave Yrueta shared this question 2 months ago
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Hi All --

Two quick questions:

1) I have three sliders defined in Algebra View for x_1, x_2, x_3. I want them to appear on the 3D Calculator View. Can that be done?

2) When sharing this graph, I'd like the split screen perspective produced by the command "SetPerspective("ATG")" to be preserved, so that when the the link is opened by another user, the 3D and 2D perspectives appear. Can that be done?

Thanks for your help!

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algo extraño porque


https://www.geogebra.org/3d...

sí funciona

observa que las ventanas están intercambiadas

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For example, when I click on this link to the file

https://www.geogebra.org/3d...

the 3D view does not appear. I'd like users of the link to see the split screen.

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algo extraño porque


https://www.geogebra.org/3d...

sí funciona

observa que las ventanas están intercambiadas

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Thanks mathmagic! Was that accomplished by SetPerspective("GT")?

Also, do you know how to get sliders defined in Algebra view onto either the 2D or 3D screen?

Thanks for your help!

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la forma de crear un slider es el comando Slider( <Min>, <Max>, <Increment>, <Speed>, <Width>, <Is Angle>, <Horizontal>, <Animating>, <Random> ) o la herramienta de creacion de deslizadores.


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Yes I'm familiar with both. I was just wondering if it's possible to move a slider that's already been created in the Algebra view onto the Graphics view. For example, I created the slider x_{1} by typing x_{1} into Algebra view "window," rather than using the slider command or the slider tool. Can that slider be moved over, or do I need to start over using the tool or command?

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simplemente escribe un numero en la ventana algebraica mientras la ventana grafica está visible y haz click en el punto hueco que hay a la izquierda del nombre del numero. punto hueco en el cuadro a la izquierda del numero/w9O7FZiJQdMywAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==

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Perfect! But that only seems to work in classic Geogebra, not in Geogebra 3D. When I follow the same procedure in Geogebra 3D, I can't find the slider. Do you know how to make it appear?

Thanks again!

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la imagen que te enviado ha sido hecha en GG3D, tal y como se ve en el titulo superior

necesitas setperspective("AGT")

en classic esto ultimo no es necesario pero en la graficadora 3D lo es porque no tiene la herramienta slider

creo que debes replantearte qué usar y para qué

las apps están planteadas principalmente para su uso en el aula como respuestas a tareas y examenes

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OK, thank you! I appreciate the comments.

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