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Old   January 18, 2016, 02:23
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Dear CFD mates,

I'm facing an issue when loading scenes I have created. Sometime, a pixel error pop out when I'm trying to open those scenes, then the software is forced to stop, entirely. This issue does not actually affect my result, but it is extremely annoying as, I believe, all of us have to open certain amount of scenes to monitor our simulation results and this action might has a chance to stop the software. It just drags you from proceeding.

May I know what is the possible cause of this issue? I start to experience this after I upgraded the version from 9 to 10. I have to solve this as fast as possible. It is a nightmare when you come to think about that the simulation will be forced to stop any time because of this error and not of a faulty setup.

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