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Old   April 9, 2014, 04:16
Default Could not determine array range
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hello openfoamers

i am working on chtMultiRegionFoams these days and have troubles on post processing. After i finished calculating and executed parafoam, i could not make my calculated statistics shown in parafoam and always get the error `vtkSMPVRepresentationProxy (0x41483d0):Could not determine array range`. But when i make my case shown seperately ,i.e. paraFoam -region topAir and then i can use parafoam without problem. I hope someone could offer me help.

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Old   April 10, 2014, 13:44
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you can use following step:
1-paraFoam -touchAll
then from pipeline browser, open .foam files
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