One-dimensional inequality command

Gae Spes shared this question 6 months ago
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Is there any scripting command to set an inequality represented only on the x-axis?

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scripting?

try (ie: 0<x<3) then properties->style

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I well know that , indeed !

The matter was:

"How to get it by input line command" (if possible).

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I think it is necessary style in prferences of inequality

meantime you can do a tool

type Tool1[2<x<=8] in attached

Files: foro.ggb
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This only moves to a previous stage the necessity of setting by the intarface window.

I was thinking about something like setDisplayStyle ,

a JS-ggb-command I didn't find documentation examples about.

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... more exactly: a Javascript ggbapplet method: ggbApplet.setDisplayStyle() ...

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I try only a workaround

really I think that inequality with variable x must be shown only in xAxis

ie: 2<x<3 in xAxis

2<x+0y<3 in plane

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The only workaround I can do up to now by mere commands is this .

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I succeeded only by acting on the XML code by means of Javascript:

25b6 http://tinyurl.com/paggxmldiseq

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