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Old   November 13, 2010, 02:33
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Hello Everyone..!

I have been trying to do a tutorial in CART 3D. Mesh goes well, but while running the solution. As I locate mesh file and then definition and run solution It generates an error message that 'No Proper definition file exists'

Please someone help me out..

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Old   November 30, 2010, 15:00
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Sorry, That is not a product I support regularly and I don't recognize the error message. (I am only even responding because Joker asked me to in a private message).

There are tutorials that can help you (if one fails, try another one to see if you notice something different along the way, perhaps a step was missed or something).

If they don't sort it out for you, you could check out the Google group for Cart3D...
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