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Old   April 1, 2013, 07:28
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Dear foamers ,

I have a question about mergeMeshes :
How can I specify two boundaries that this utility use them for merging ?
for example when you merge two cavities they can merge by different boundaries.
How Can I specify that they merge vertically Or horizontally ???(similar to two attached pictures)

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Sasan.
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It is a simple question...
They merge according to the their position ....
I am sorry for asking this question...
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