Polygon without segments

SharkD shared this idea 13 years ago
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The segments automatically created with the polygon command aren't necessary for all applications. Further, if you have X number of polygons, and each polygon has Y number of segments, then the worksheet can really slow down to a crawl for high values for X when the polygons' coordinates can be adjusted dynamically.

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Combining the two methods seems to work.

{Polygon[A,B,C,D]}

and Line Thickness = 0

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I agree :P

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I also noticed that GeoGebra automatically recreates the segments upon deletion. So, it's not a matter of "fixing" a sketch after the object has been created.

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Hi


I also noticed that GeoGebra automatically recreates the segments upon deletion

Well, this is the big problem


piman

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what do you think about


create poligon normally eg: poly=polygon[A,B,C,D] with mouse


click-right, redefine: {polygon[A,B,C,D]}?


saludos

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Sorry for the old post. But what does this redefinition accomplish? I don't understand why you mentioned it.

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Never mind. I see now what it does.

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Bravo :D

It is what I need! (Even if it seems a bug ...)


Thanks

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Hi

I already tried


Sequence[{Polygon[Element[L1, i], Element[L1, i + 1], Element[L2, i]]}, i, 1, n - 1]


Works :D

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There still seems like there's no good way to completely remove the segments created when drawing a polygon. There also is no way to draw the segments in a different color than the polygon as far as I can tell. :(

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  1. There still seems like there's no good way to completely remove the segments created when drawing a polygon

type {polygon[(0,0),(2,1),(1,5)]}

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I did this and can still see the segments.

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Polygon[{A,B,C,D}]


and Line Thickness = 0

....

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Combining the two methods seems to work.

{Polygon[A,B,C,D]}

and Line Thickness = 0

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