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Old   March 2, 2011, 08:04
Default Moving mesh+View centering
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I have a decelerating container which I am modeling using the moving mesh approach because of which the derived plane on which I am observing the velocity contours keeps going out of view.

Does ne1 know how to keep the image in view?

I tried using the reset view option in a macro but since STARCCM+ uses specific coordinates for view centering it was a flop.
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