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Old   September 18, 2020, 01:10
Default Can not automate plotSelectionOverTime in paraview with python Macro
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Hi,


I am facing problem of not able to automate plotSelectionOverTime with python Macro.



With start trace I am able to record the course of actions. and it also successfully writes Macro script.



But, when I run the Macro, it does not select the cells according to the selection criteria provided in "Find data" tool.



I also tried to first "extract selection" with "Find Data" tool and then run "plotSelectionOverTime". But, did not work. It does not select cells at all.



What should I do?



As far as I know, it is a bug in paraview. But, I could not find a solution.
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