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Old   September 30, 2010, 12:00
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Hi everyone,

I have a geometry with very long outlet extensions, and every time I want to plot the contours of the velocity and zoom into the geometry, the colormap overlaps the outlet extensions. If I want to save a picture of this contour plot it looks very unprofessional that the extensions of my outlets extend the colormap and are overlapped by it.

So my question is: does anybody know how I can limit the boundaries of my geometry so that even if I zoom into it, the rest would just be cut away and not get overlapped by the colormap. I tried to play a little bit with the display options, but I didn't figure it out. But I know that this is possible....

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