I often have to apply pressure loads to fairly complicated internal passages where it is relatively easy to "miss" some of the surfaces. Typically, I will turn off the simulation display and go into wireframe to try and confirm that I haven't missed any surfaces, BUT this doesn't always provide an absolute assurance. So, I am wondering what others do? IS there a way to control the color of "selected" surfaces when applying the pressure load? The default is a "pale red/pink" that doesn't always show up so clearly, especially when your part is complex enough that you cannot isolate the surfaces (by that I mean, that there are some surfaces that no matter what orientation you look at them from, there is another surface with pressure behind it). Seems like if this was a darker color it would be easier to spot missed surfaces. I remember there was a way to toggle a group of selected surfaces to a wire mesh display during the selection process but I think that was only in modeling mode. Or was it? Oh, and yes, I try to use seed/boundary selection aids when appropriate... Thanks in advance... Paul Korenkiewicz FEV, Inc. 4554 Glenmeade Auburn Hills, MI., 48326
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