“$1 = ...” is suddenly no longer possible to write in a script

Aritmometer shared this problem 1 year ago
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I have created some applets in GeoGebra 5 Classic where I have a script like for example “$1 = ...” to get ... inserted in the first line in CAS-view.

But after downloading and installation of the GeoGebra 5 Classic version from the beginning of October, GeoGebra won’t do this. Instead a variable is created in the Algebra View; 1 = ...

In case this change of script isn’t an error, then what is the new way to get an expression inserted in a line in CAS-view ?

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Fine for me. Please post your .ggb file


https://www.geogebra.org/m/yqhdc5ef

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I’ll try to investigate it further....

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I’m using the Linux version and have now tried different things. None of it get the expression in the button script inserted in the CAS view.


Example 1:

Creating a button and write $1 = x^2 under click script.

When pressing the button an equation appears only in the Algebra view.


Example 2:

Write a = 2 in the input line and press enter.

Write b = 3 in the input line and press enter.

Creating a button and write $1 = a + b under click script.

When pressing the button 1 = 5 appears only in the Algebra view.


Example 3:

Write a = c in the input line and press enter.

Write b = c in the input line and press enter.

Creating a button and write $1 = a + b under click script.

When pressing the button 1 = cc appears only in the Algebra view.


I have also tried to first write something in the first line in CAS view, and then see if it gets updated afterwards. But it doesn’t.

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Please post your .ggb file

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Sorry, instead of “creating” I should have written “create”.

I have just tried to do the same as in example 2 in GeoGebra 5 Classic for Windows 10, and get the same result.

I use the version 609 from October the 6.

Which version do you use and what did you write as button click script to get an expression inserted in the first line in CAS-View ?

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Please post your .ggb file or we can't check further


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