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tablet android in geogebra

ابراهيم مرعي shared this question 7 years ago
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Is there now attempts to run geogebra on the tablet devices Android

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Hi!


I've tried, but it's quite slow (tested with an Asus Transformer TF101 running Android 4.0). GeoGebraWeb is faster in the iPad. I've heard GeoGebraWeb will run faster with the new Android 4.1.


All the best, Humberto.

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Hi! I am using a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and tried to use the beta version of geogebra for tablets. It seems to work fine with one major problem. When i click any of the objects nothing comes out. Not even points. I only know that they're there because the sidebar that lists all the objects and equations tells me so. I hope geogebra comes out for tabs soon. It is indispensable for math teachers and would be great if we dont need to lug around laptops anymore. :D

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Hi! I am using a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and tried to use the beta version of geogebra for tablets. It seems to work fine with one major problem. When i click any of the objects nothing comes out. Not even points. I only know that they're there because the sidebar that lists all the objects and equations tells me so. I hope geogebra comes out for tabs soon. It is indispensable for math teachers and would be great if we dont need to lug around laptops anymore. :D

Hi, I use Tab 2 7" with http://web.geogebra.org/beta/.

- are you sure that the points created are inside the graphic windows ? (you can use ZoomIn[xmin,ymin,xmax,ymax])

- for some objects like several lines, you have to select the object, use Graphicx Style (click on the "Graphics" bar) and slide the slider at the last row of the line properties to set the line larger and so, be shown.

- for the xaxis, I add the line y=0 to set its thickness larger

Cheers

Michel

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Hi, can you increase the thickness by default, please ? (for lines, xAxis, curves ...)

A screenshot joined made with galaxy tab 2 7"

Cheers.

Michel4628450cb2a8a8b7f2e1986fd5d89b7f

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Hi,


@mirr: seems that you are using Chrome -- I had better experience running GeoGebra applets in the Android native browser.


Note that GeoGebraWeb's primary target are not tablets, but Chromebooks and PCs where users can't / don't want to install Java. For tablets there will be an app soon that should not suffer from such graphical bugs.


@margralayson: thanks for the feedback. What version of Android do you use?


Cheers,

Zbynek

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@mirr: seems that you are using Chrome -- I had better experience running GeoGebra applets in the Android native browser.

Thanks, you are right : no such problem with the Android native browser.

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