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Old   June 17, 2007, 11:51
Default Gambit bug on very simple 2d Faces?!
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I need to make a 2d domain with holes/voids. Lets say we draw an annular square. Begin with 100 by 100 meters and subtract a centred square of 30 by 30 meters. We get an "Annular square" that shoud be submappable....or not?

Gambit do submap it (with 1 m grid size) but with distortion (of one meter) and I do not understand why. I tried to change the vertex types but no chance. By default, it uses the four exterior vertexes as "End Vertexes" and the 4 inside vertexes as "corner vertexes". I can do the right grid but decomposing the above domain to half of it (creating to equal "U" linked domains.

Is there any solution to grid the complete domain directly?


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