|May 3, 2015, 11:30||
Glyphs in x-direction
Per Thomas Haga
Join Date: Nov 2014
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I'm seing some strange behavior for Paraview 4.3.1 in OSX. I'm importing a 3D velocity field from an xdmf-file, and generates glyphs. As you see on paraview_431.jpg, glyphs on the boundary of the domain, points in the x-direction, even though it should be zero.
When I downgraded to version 3.98, the problem disappeared, as you see in paraview_398.jpg.
Is this a known problem? And does it have a fix?
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