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Old   April 1, 2013, 12:38
Default Particle tracking animation using define macro
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Hello every body!

I have defined macros to save pictures of particle tracks while running the simulation. In this way, I can animate the particles movement throught over time. But as I define another macro to do injection from other surfaces in the domain, it does nnot show anything!! no particles at all! I made the previous macros Inactive but it doesnt work!
My question is that; is there anyway to get rid of the macros which we already defined!? apparently, there is no option to delete that!
I have to start over every time that I am going to inject the particles from another spot in the domain and its time consuming!
I really appreciate it if anyone who experienced deleting macros, share his/her knowledge with me...
Thank you
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