|June 20, 2014, 16:33||
Can ParaView Zoom to fit?
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I thought this would be a simple thing to do, but I haven't figured it out after much digging and experimenting.
I have a 2D structured mesh data set that represents a really long and narrow rectangle. Length in x is 10, height in y is 0.2.
I can't figure out how to get ParaView to display this in anything other than a cartesian projection which gives an unsatisfactory result. I can't see anything in the rectangle very well because it is so skinny on my display.
I'm using ParaView 4.1. I've tried the Zoom To Data and Zoom To Box tools. The first zooms to show all data -- without any stretching to fill the view box; the second has no significant effect if I select the entire mesh area.
I'm hoping there's just something I'm missing because this seems crazy.
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