Problem with transparent export: labels have borders

PaPaJuL shared this question 2 years ago
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Hey guys,


i'm currently trying to use transparent GeoGebra-graphs in a PowerPoint presentation, where i want to be able to change the background of the presentation without having to export the graphs everytime i do so. This works perfectly fine for any object, but labels for both axes and objects have a border wit the color of the background of the GeoGebra-file. In the attached image, i used a (0, 255, 0)-Green background, but i get the same result with any background color.


Did this problem occur to anybody else, and did anyone come up with a solution? I tried to find any topics about this but i couldn't find a single one. Any help would be appreciated :)


Have a nice day everyone!

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Thanks, we'll remove the outlines for exporting for the next release (6.0.503.0)(Edit: sorry, now v503)

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Interestingly the problem doesn't occur for inserted text (see attached image). I stumbled over that workaround when i wanted to move the labels further away from the objects and GeoGebra wouldn't let me, so i inserted custom texts.

I'm still curious why this happens - probably the labels aren't created with the same method as the custom texts are, therefore a simplified method to crop the labels is used.

I have absolutely no clue how big of an issue this is for other people and what the cost benefit ratio for implementing a better crop method for obect labels is, but i would appreciate the feature.

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try in caption of P_2 $%n%v$ . this is a latex mode for caption

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@mathmagic that's another neat workaround, thanks for bringing that up!

But there is still no solution for the axis labels besides replacing them with text fields, which is at least inconvenient when you want to use zoom-ins with scaling axis labels.

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Thanks, we'll remove the outlines for exporting for the next release (6.0.503.0)(Edit: sorry, now v503)

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