TAGGED: boundary-conditions, fluent
February 22, 2023 at 9:31 amNicolas RöwertSubscriber
I just upgraded from Fluent 2019 R2 to the recent 2023 R1 and I just cannot find the "highlight zone" button in the boundary condtions task page (see screen shot below). Also in the manual the corresponding section (7.1.11 in older Ansys versions) disappeared. When working with complex models or models from other people this helped me enormously to locate boundary conditions.
Am I missing something here, like a new way to do that or is this feature removed without a real substitution?
February 22, 2023 at 9:39 amC NAnsys Employee
You are not missing anything that feature is not there in 2023 r1 version. you can directly go the zones section or you can use display mesh options.
February 22, 2023 at 8:06 pmNicolas RöwertSubscriber
Many thanks for the quick reply! Not sure if I understand you correctly though.
With Display Mesh options I can select and display boundary conditions right. But with 100+ conditions it is getting very cumbersome to always open the menue or use right clicking + Display for every element.
The highlight zone option allowed me to quickly navigate through the list (by using the up/down arrow keys for example) and the selected condition was highlighted. Is that not possible anymore?
March 11, 2023 at 9:37 pmEryk CzachurskiSubscriber
I have the same problem as my colleague above. Will this feature no longer be available?
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