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Old   September 24, 2023, 10:50
Default Prismatic layers in the current master branch
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Hi, I managed with some difficulty to compile the current (2023-09-24) master branch of engrid on Linux with VTK 9.2.6 and QT 5.15. I hat to make a few minor changes in the CMake and GUI code, which I pushed on https://github.com/guillaumechauvat/engrid .


In the tutorials I see online, and in the manual shipped with the code, there is "Mesh create prismatic boundary layer" to create prismatic layers. This menu doesn't exist in the version I compiled.


Has it been replaced by something else (the boundary layer controls in the surface mesh settings?)? How is it supposed to work in this version?
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