October 19, 2020 at 5:42 pmJohn DoyleAnsys EmployeeHow do you delete a probed result?n
October 21, 2020 at 9:13 ammjmiddleAnsys EmployeeI assume you mean the result tags that a user can click on any location of a result contour to query the value at that location. If you mean a probe result that shows up as a specific result type in the Outline under the Solution branch, then this is deleted like any other result object: right click and choose delete from the menu.nBut for probe tags on contours, these are tied to the specific result object. Each result object can have different probe locations; they will disappear and reappear as you click off and on the result object in the Outline. Probe tags for all result objects are shown at the bottom in the 'Graphics Annotations' sheet. Right click on any of these rows to choose 'Delete.' You can use Ctrl and Shft keys for multi-selection before deleting the chosen rows. If the 'Graphics Annotations' sheet does not show, turn it on at 'Home [ribbon], Layout, Manage, Annotations.'nAlso, know that all probes are deleted when you compute a new solution.n
November 11, 2020 at 4:39 pmKarthik RAdministratorThank you & for sharing this with us on the forum.nKarthikn
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