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Old   May 13, 2012, 20:28
Question Changes to named selections not appearing in CFX?
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Can anyone suggest why CFX Pre does not always pick up changes in Named Selections that I make in the ANSYS Mechanical Meshing?

Often I'll add or subtract geometry from a named selection or create a new one, hit update, and refresh CFX Pre, but can't see the new named selection in CFX Pre? Any thoughts as to why this is happening?
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I have the same problem,
do you get the answer?
thank you
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Tools>Options>Geometry Import>

Check that Named Selections is enabled (tick left box) and delete the filtering prefixes which usually 'NS' by default.

The setting above applies to new projects created after the change tho.
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