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[Dr. Geo] Re : Re: Is it possible to get a canvas for a main DrGeo wind

From: H. Fernandes
Subject: [Dr. Geo] Re : Re: Is it possible to get a canvas for a main DrGeo window in a script?
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2018 13:15:24 +0100 (CET)

Hi Phil,

For Koch sketch I suggest using the workspace and Dr. Geo API. There are 
related examples in the DrGeo.app/SmalltlakSketches.

IMHO, comparing Dr.Geo and Geobra does not make much sense.

Regarding Turtle under Dr. Geo. Do you want Turtle art as interactive 
construction? What will be the expected outcome? Otherwise producing static 
turtle art with Dr. Geo does not bring added value. 

There is an added pedagogical value producing interactive model, as with the 
SmalltalkSketches/Newton example.

Dr. Geo on P6.x will not work because of the Athens canvas bugs, it works 
nicely with P7 (https://dev.drgeo.eu)

----- address@hidden a écrit :
> For example I'd like to pick 3 points and make a von Koch put of them. Or a
> square and do a pythagore tree.
> Vs Geogebra, Dr Geo would be better if it could do that.
> I understand what scripts do at this point. So it may be another type of
> script or a cross with metaconstruction.
> And I would love to be able to reuse turtle graphics from Pen in DrGeo.
> Is DrGeo working with 6.1? I see on the repo that one can load it but that
> there are canvas issues.
> Phil
> Hilaire
> Le 28/01/2018 à 12:04, philippeback a écrit :
> > I wanted to use "FSD" like scripting in scripts (not what I can write in a
> > worskpace, in scripts in the main DrGeo windows).
> >
> > But there doesn't seem to be a way to get access to a canvas from there.
> >
> > I inspected a self arg1 and drilled down but it seems that there are only
> > math items and I cannot add points, polygons etc.
> >
> > This would be nice to have.
> >
> > How can I do have access to such a canvas?
> >
> > TIA
> > Phil
> >
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