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Old   September 27, 2013, 05:04
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Hello!

Sometimes its happen that I want to run some commands with a journal file. Then in journal I want to select some boundaries. for example:

Code:
define models dpm injections create-injection injection-water no yes surface yes
water-liquid
Here I have to select the boundaries. Let assume I have ten plane from 1 to 10. I want to select only from 1 to 4
So I do like this:

Code:
plane-1 plane-2 plane-3 plane-4
But after that fluent select the next plane by default as I see this:

Code:
Surface(5) [(plane-5)]
if I press "enter" or add "," in the journal file, then plane-5 is selected. how can I deselect the next faces and not select any face/boundary anymore.
something like this:
Code:
Surface(5) [()]
Thanks.
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You maybe need to just input
Code:
()
, which means deselect.
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