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Old   July 27, 2012, 09:07
Default Region support for utilities
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Per Nilsson
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I would like to run post-processing utilities (e.g. Q) on multi-region cases.
(My present case is similar to the chtMultiRegionFoam tutorial and run in parallel, but reconstruced for the PP.)
These utilities do not seem to have region functionality in 2.0.x though.

Do you have a hint on how to
either add this functionality (which seems not quite straightforward to a C++ newbie as these utilities now use function prototyping)
or work around it without having to create a dummy case without region folders.

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