Tracing a dynamically colored point to an image

Thomas Stewart shared this question 7 months ago
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Is there any way to trace a dynamically colored point to an image file?

If not, is there a way to make the trace not disappear whenever the view refreshes? I have tried trace to spreadsheet, but color does not seem to be recorded by trace to spreadsheet.

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If you mean if it's possible to get an animated gif of a construction, yes. Using the Desktop version of GeoGebra, and with some limitations. (keep your ggb window as small as possible, to avoide infinite compiling time ;) )


If your point depends on a slider, and you are using v.5, just select File->Export->Graphics View as animated GIF.

In v. 6, use ExportImage command. https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...

Yes, the trace is a temporary object. It has no equation, and disappears when you refresh the view

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I know I can export what is basically a screenshot of the graphics view, but I would like to use the spreadsheet and algebra functionality of GeoGebra to color each pixel in an image file without needing to iterate through values that don't align to the pixel grid. If I could do this, I could probably reduce the time it takes to create the image. if I could hide the graphics view as well as the algebra and spreadsheet views, the rendering time on the fractals I am generating would be much, much shorter. here is an example of what I have been doing:f65c0b58b49a5344a36731a9b883dfaa

I just want to be able to do stuff like this in less than two days. if there isn't a way to do this, I will probably recommend it as a feature to add.

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he intentado ejecutarlos pero creo que están corruptos o ya no son compatibles con GG

espero que los autores nos ayuden

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me too.

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see the last post

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This is a quick example of animated gif.

Sorry, it's slow. I didn't bother adjusting parameters, just made one with default ones.

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ZoomIn(1)

to clear the trace

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he encontrado una copia del scanner del punto de Fermat hecha por Rafael Losada que sí funciona

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