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Old   January 12, 2011, 22:49
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Hey guys,

Just wondering if you would be able to help me out. I am a FLUENT user hence I am quite familiar with the functionalities. But I am switching to CFX due to work reasons and its kinda new to me. A quick question :-

I have a 2D-plot of the velocity contour and I need to have the default legend being place in the white background rather than within the contour plot in order to make it look neater and less confusing. Although this might sound easy, I have difficulties in getting the clipping right so that the legend would be in the background when the 'area of interest' is zoomed in. Is there a way to do this or maybe I am missing out something from the user guide since its not mentioned.

Any advice/suggestions are kindly appreciated. Cheerio !!
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