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Old   April 24, 2014, 08:19
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I am trying to import a .xml file to CFD-Post. I went to export, Particle Tracking History, set it to the folder where I keep all the files and named it. Then when I open up CFD-Post I try and import it by clicking on Import--> Import FLUENT Particle Track File. When I find the file and click OK it keeps telling me there is an error and the file cannot be found

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