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Old   September 30, 2014, 00:47
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Hello,

I know GAMBIT quite well. My problem is when i am going to copy bunch of volumes with mesh (unlinked option) and trying to translate it with some distance and repetitive instances (more than 10), process will take too much time to complete on Linux Workstation and on Windows Workstation doing this kind job is just like a suicide .
Is there any other way to fast this process?

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Hi,
I think this does not depend on softwares but mostly on hardware.
Not too much to do...
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