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Old   June 19, 2006, 19:38
Default Virtual geometry faces
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Hi all,

for meshing reasons, I have performed a merge operation on two real geometry faces, obtaining one virtual geometry face. For post processing, I would like to have the two faces separate again. Is there a way to take advantage of virtual geometry for meshing and "recover" the two separate faces afterwards?

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