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Old   June 25, 2015, 21:19
Default Toolbars of Graphic windows in Fluent Meshing
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Hi everyone,

I am a beginner trying to get hands on Fluent meshing. I saw some video tutorials and noticed that in their graphic windows of fluent meshing they have toolbars and icons for adjusting display of the model. But In my fluent meshing V16.1 I do not have those option. Could anyone help me with that?

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Old   December 28, 2015, 01:09
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Hello!

In help 4.1.3. The Graphics Window
"Note: Tool buttons are disabled for parallel meshing mode."

So, try launch fluent meshing in "Serial mode". Its works fine for me, enjoy.
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