Zoom on vertical axis
kathrynp shared this question 4 years ago
3 graphics views, stacked vertically, to show f(t), f'(t), f''(t) [for kinematics] (using Michael B's demo):
I've managed to fix the horizontal (t) axes so they are always the same, (based on the 1st graphics view) but I want to be able to zoom in/out, and pan, on the vertical axes independently.
So far, I can only adjust the 1st graphics view. Movement is also very 'clunky'. Not sure if I've got the zoom/pan settings correct!
I am happy to fiddle with the downloaded file, but if students are using it on-line, they will give up if it doesn't seem to be working!
Thanks, in anticipation! K
now we have graphics, graphics2 and 2D view from each plane in 3D; I think you can do easily three graphics window, then to use SetPerspective( <Text> ) or version5 for doing you want
can you share a link to demo of Michael B?
Here's a copy (unedited) of Michael B's demo: https://ggbm.at/kx8qf5jb
I have managed to get the three graphics views, but can't zoom/pan on the vertical axes on my file.
I'll look at SetPerspective - I have usually avoided those type of commands!
I did almost all
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