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Offline uni  
#521 Posted : 14 December 2023 03:39:41(UTC)
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SMath Studio compatibility

Plugin updated.

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- fixed: when cloning a component and changing its name, the function setprop() doesn't work.
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#522 Posted : 26 February 2024 02:21:53(UTC)
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Plugin updated.


Is there a fucntion of autoscale? To find the plot as soon as it's created

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#523 Posted : 27 February 2024 21:31:29(UTC)
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There is no automatic detection of curve boundaries.
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#524 Posted : 01 March 2024 20:08:46(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: uni Go to Quoted Post
There is no automatic detection of curve boundaries.


Are you planning to add this? Or is it impossible?
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#525 Posted : 02 March 2024 02:30:45(UTC)
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It's possible, but I don't know what to do in special cases. For example, if I want to draw a circle in an implicit way, how can I determine its boundaries.
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#526 Posted : 04 March 2024 06:51:10(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: uni Go to Quoted Post
It's possible, but I don't know what to do in special cases. For example, if I want to draw a circle in an implicit way, how can I determine its boundaries.


Hi. Although setprop provides the ability to adjust the limits, it disables formatting the graph with the menus. An intermediate and easily accessible solution would perhaps be to be able to define the window where you want to view the functions to be graphed with something like what is shown in the figure.

Clipboard02.png

Notice also that there is no automatic selection for the range on the x-axis for functions of a variable, that is, it always has to be selected by the user, and on the y-axis it can become something quite arbitrary, as it can be in graph of y=1/x.

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#527 Posted : 29 March 2024 05:14:15(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: uni Go to Quoted Post
It's possible, but I don't know what to do in special cases. For example, if I want to draw a circle in an implicit way, how can I determine its boundaries.


You can do this experimentally and disabled by default. If a graph is being built, its extreme points are determined (top-bottom, right-left), 5-10% of the coordinate values are added (if the left or bottom point is 0, then the axis starts from zero) and the graph is scaled.
You can add horizontal, vertical, or both axis scaling
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#528 Posted : 29 March 2024 19:54:12(UTC)
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How to autoscale in these and similar cases? It makes sense to change sources if the architecture of the changes has a general form, and not a lot of particulars. The developer must consider multiple use cases, as users will then ask why it only works in one or a few cases.

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#529 Posted : 30 March 2024 07:38:01(UTC)
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How to autoscale in these and similar cases? It makes sense to change sources if the architecture of the changes has a general form, and not a lot of particulars. The developer must consider multiple use cases, as users will then ask why it only works in one or a few cases.


In this case, you can write "the boundaries of the graph could not be determined". That's it!)
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#530 Posted : 02 April 2024 04:40:03(UTC)
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Any way to plot a string at a specified angle?
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#531 Posted : 23 May 2024 19:51:07(UTC)
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Any way to plot a string at a specified angle?


Hi. You can try this. Just move the "Fonts" area from the end to the beginning.

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