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Old   February 8, 2010, 12:08
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Hi all,

I need to export my results as a .eps file from CFX Post, but when I do that and open the file in GSView, I see the contour, the legend, the scale, but not the coordinate axis (which is important, as I need to show the direction of blood-flow through a cylinder).

I've tried inserting a coordinate frame, but can't seem to make it appear next to the cylinder, instead of within it.

Any thoughts?

Many thanks, Alisa
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Old   February 8, 2010, 18:08
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Sounds like a bug in CFD-Post. I would report it and get it fixed.

But in the meantime try a different format and convert to eps if you require eps.
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