Choose a voice from the list to read more information

Here you can find the main features of the editor.

The gesture mode allows you to insert a single data through gesture, drawing it directly on the shape
Rotate shape
Available for solid shapes, allows you to rotate the shape in the space.
Resize shape
Available for plane shapes, allows you to modify the shape's vertices.
Multiple data
Insert multiple data related to each other (e.g. sum, fraction). You can add data through gesture or manually. This mode has a bar (stack) that contains temporary data
Add data
Manual data insertion, you can select data from the list
Change view
Shapes can have multiple views, a view modifies the shape's appearance in order to highlight specific data
Restore the original shape after resizing or rotating it

In order to specify unknown data follow these steps:

  • Draw the interested data with gesture or select it manually
  • In the following form tap on the circular icon

You can insert data in two ways:

  • Using gesture
    Tapping on button
  • Manually
    Tapping on button

You can insert data drawing it directly on the shape.

Usually the relevant data is highlighted with different colors or dashed.

Here are some useful cases:

  • Segment retrace the interested segment, it's important that the trace passes through the extremes
  • Perimeter or area retrace the shape outline, it's important that the trace passes through the vertices

You can also insert new data manually, tapping the dedicated button will be opened a selection window.

A Relation is a special data that includes two or more data related to each other.

Here are some supported Relation:

  • Sum (max 2 data)
  • Difference (max 2 data)
  • Equality
  • Fraction
  • Multiple

To create a relation tap on the button , on top of the editor you will see the stack that is a bar containing temporary data added by the user.

You can add new data to the stack in the same way as single data: through gesture or manually. You can also add data belonging to different shapes.

Added the required data, tap on the confirm icon on the right then select a Relation from the list.

You can customize the problem and shapes to fit your needs. In the top side of the editor, tap on Option tab to show the options list.

The list includes:

  • General section Here you can set global options like measurement unit and used formulas
  • Shape section Here you can set options that are valid only for that shape, such as vertices name

In Drawing, if the shape allows it, you can modify the appearance of the shape tapping on button placed at the bottom. This modification doesn't affect the problem but helps you to better understand it.