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Old   October 29, 2013, 14:34
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Hi bobi,

download the binaries of the latest version, unzip it and run it
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Hi Tobi

I am trying to download paraview 3.14 or 3.98 from

http://http://www.paraview.org/parav...s/software.php However after downloading 30% of it. then suddenly it crashes.

Mt internet speed is 1 Mb/S. I don't think that it is from my internet speed.
Is there any way to get paraview 3.14.1 or 3.98 from terminal of ubuntu(12.10) ?
I have looked into openfoam.org site; maybe this directive:
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sudo apt-get install paraviewopenfoam3141
However I am not sure.
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Old   October 29, 2013, 19:13
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I am using paraview 3.12 with O.F. 2.2.x.
It seems that I should upgrade my paraview version to 3.14.
What? Why do you want to upgrade?
I didn't say you needed to upgrade, I only said that it depends on which version you're using!

The first picture shows where the controls are in ParaView 3.12.0 and the second one on ParaView 4.0.1.
Now do you understand what I meant?

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Dear Bruno

Many thanks. The thing that made me confused was a sentence in your second link that says that some options has been added after 3.14 version.
Cause I didn't find cube axes, maybe I thought its because of my version.

So many thanks of both of you (Bruno and Tobi)

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Dear Bruno

I learned how to work with cube axes from your links. I took a pic from my result. Although I put coordinate system on the place that I want, but there are still two more necessary modifications. First of all, I need to non-dimensionalize my axes by 0.025 factor. Secondly, I need to start my Y-axis from the 0.1 point i.e. change 0.1 to 0 .
I think my problem is a need to define a kind of arbitrary axis.
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In case of arbitrary axisthe source or the filter needs to provide such meta-information to the CubeAxes
I haven't tried custom range; cause paraview 3.12 does not have this option.

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The Custom Bounds entry allows you to specify your own extent for that  cube axis where as the Custom Range only change the range of the values  that are used as label
Do you have any hint for me Bruno?

Any hint is appreciated.

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Hi Bobi,

You'll have to think the other way around: don't think about changing the "cube axes" representation; think about transforming your geometry into the the shape you need it to be.
For that, use the "Transform" filter.

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Hi Bruno

You're the best

Exactly I got what should I do. I hope that my questions and your unique answers would help other people confronting same problems.
However I should mention that 2 consecutive transfrom filter is needed one for translate and the other for scale. I don't know that why it wasn't applicable with one transform filter.

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Hi Bobi,

2 transformations? That's normal. And consider yourself lucky you didn't need 3 or 4.
This is due to how ParaView provides the transformation filter, since it doesn't expose the final transformation matrix, which would enable us to just do a single transformation.

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