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Old   June 4, 2010, 14:15
Default Getting Started with Fieldview
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I have spent an exorbitant amount of time just trying to read a simple data set into Fieldview. I've tried reading my data exported from Fluent, I've tried various tutorials, but all I see is a black screen. My command prompt identifies the successful load of each domain (correctly loading all elements, nodes, etc.).

When trying to apply different settings/parameters, the notification window will occasionally say 'working', but no image appears on the screen. Creating a boundary surface yields no image, absolutely no visualization approach has been successful. I can calculate all my values (i.e. max/min velocity, etc.) but cannot see anything.

I have to be missing some extremely basic step, but a day's exploration has produced no fruit. Thanks in advance for all help.
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