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Old   January 19, 2014, 09:06
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Hi

Just started to use Ansys fluent 14.5. When creating the geometry a P is supposed to appear when you point over the origin, but this does not happen in my case. Does anyone know if this is new with Ansys 14.5, or if it's fixable!

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In sketch mode, you should have a tab called "constraints".
Here you will find the auto-constraints setting that seem to be turned off. Turn them back on.
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