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Old   June 12, 2013, 07:45
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Hi all

Is there a way to move blocks from VORFN to FLUID part? Initially all blocks were in FLUID obviously, but i have deleted some so they were moved to VORFN and now i realize i need them. I know i can work on them in VORFN but i'm getting really odd results while trying to split them, so maybe it's better if they're back in FLUID. (this question may seem idiotic, im really new to ICEM!)

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Right Click on Fluid in Displaytree and choose "add to part" -> "Add Blocks to part". Choose the desired VORFN blocks from display to add them to fluid.
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Right Click on Fluid in Displaytree and choose "add to part" -> "Add Blocks to part". Choose the desired VORFN blocks from display to add them to fluid.

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