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Old   July 18, 2007, 21:01
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Hello,

I have the Cygwin port of FoamX (as implemented by Takuya Oshima) installed for OpenFOAM 1.3, but I run into problems when running the example cases from the User Guide; every time when I want to edit the patches in order to specify boundary conditions, no window opens when clicking on the field variables and physical types. Consequently, I can run the tutorial cases only whith the predefined conditions (which do successfully run, by the way).

Does anybody have any idea why the particular windows do not open (as they should according to the OpenFOAM 1.3 manual at page U-23). I have strictly followed Takuya's guidelines for installation of both OpenFOAM and FoamX.

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