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Old   August 3, 2012, 15:27
Default Can a master patch be an internal face?
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Hello!

can a master patch be an internal face? If so, how do i specify it?

Currently, I am specifying master_patch as "wall", and the slave_patch as "patch". But i want this merged pair as an internal face.

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