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kromm
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Hallo All

After OS update Prime crashes in Geometry App - permanently:

Plot > Function > (fe) x^2 > Point >Point On > CRASH or 

Plot > Function > (fe) x^2 > Point >Point On >Line> Tangent>CRASH

 

 

Have you same?

 

MK

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Tim_Wessman
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1. What do you mean by (fe) ?

 

I do Plot->function, type x^2. Enter.  Then Plot->point on, and select my x^2 without trouble.

 

I do the other one similar and see no issue.

 

Is this with an empty geometry application?

TW

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Hi!, @kromm:

 

I actualize, the ultimate version (10077) in my calculator and Virtual, Emulator, and without, any problem.

 

You can see, from, the User Manual ... Chapter 9.

 

Point On:

Tap where you want the point to be and press Keyboard shortcut. Tap the object where you want the new point to be and press .

See Plot view: Buttons and keys. If you select a point that has been placed on an object and then move that point, the point will be constrained to the object on which it was placed. For example, a point placed on a circle will remain on that circle regardless, of how you move, the point.

 

 

 

Kind Regards !.
Have a nice day !.
@Maké (Technical Advisor Premium - HP Program Top Contributor).
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kromm
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Hi Maké

hmmmmm - strange...really.

I made test on my virtual Prime as well and result was as I wrote before... Hmmm...

But - anyway thank you for intresting this issue.

 

BR
kromm

 

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