1 | initial version |

Unfortunately, this is a known bug with the default 3D viewer (Jmol) in Jupyter notebook. Use instead the new `threejs`

viewer, like in this example:

```
var('x y z')
T = RDF(golden_ratio)
F = 2 - (cos(x+T*y) + cos(x-T*y) + cos(y+T*z) + cos(y-T*z) + cos(z-T*x) + cos(z+T*x))
r = 4.77
G = implicit_plot3d(F, (x,-r,r), (y,-r,r), (z,-r,r), plot_points=40, color='darkkhaki')
show(G, viewer='threejs')
```

Then, you can perform the following actions with the mouse buttons:

- left to rotate the object
- middle to zoom in/out
- right to translate the object

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