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Old   February 14, 2008, 11:13
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Hi,

I have a plane with color according to a variable. When in the 3D viewer of CFX post I right click and choose "predefined camera" -> "towards +X", it always shows the domain 90 degrees of how I want it. Is there a way I can rotate it exactly 90 degrees (other than fiddling with the mouse and trying to get it approximately 90 deg).

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Old   February 14, 2008, 11:33
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Hai Jorn,

Goto the Details tab of the Plane and then to view tab in it. Check the apply rotation tab and apply the desired rotaion.

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Old   February 14, 2008, 12:20
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awesome, just what I needed.

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Old   February 14, 2008, 12:30
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This will rotate the plane, not the camera.

To rotate the camera exactly 90 degrees, first align your view with the +/- X axis, then hold the Ctrl key while clicking the up/down arrows on your keyboard.

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Please explain , how to get the details tab of the plane created in CFX POST? I tried but I am not getting.
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Old   September 22, 2023, 06:41
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This will rotate the plane, not the camera.

To rotate the camera exactly 90 degrees, first align your view with the +/- X axis, then hold the Ctrl key while clicking the up/down arrows on your keyboard.

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Hi @CycLone,
if I do so, it is working fine..
If I hold control key and click up/down arrows, camera is rotating bit by bit for each click..
Now I want to reduce the rotation angle for each click.. i.e., for example, it is rotating 10 for every click, now I want to reduce it to 5 to match my necessity angle views.. (just not to jump from 35 to 45 in one click, I want to rotate to 40 from 35, for example)
How to control this amount of rotation angle for each click? Can we set this angle somewhere in the settings?

Thanks a lot!
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I do not think you can control the rotation per click.

If you want fine control over the view angle then I recommend you use a session file or a state file. Then you can edit view angle to get the exact view you want.
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Old   September 23, 2023, 11:28
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I do not think you can control the rotation per click.

If you want fine control over the view angle then I recommend you use a session file or a state file. Then you can edit view angle to get the exact view you want.
Hi ghorrocks,
Thanks a lot for the reply.. I will try with an adjusted state file.. Thank you!
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It is possible. 15 years ago I asked ANSYS for a once in a lifetime application. It is controlled somewhere in an editable file with defaults settings. But I don't remember.......
So please ask ANSYS again.
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It is possible. 15 years ago I asked ANSYS for a once in a lifetime application. It is controlled somewhere in an editable file with defaults settings. But I don't remember.......
So please ask ANSYS again.
Hi Gert-Jan,
ohhh great.. Thanks a lot for the info and sure, I will write to Ansys.. Thank you!
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