[Gmsh] another question

Jin, Yao jinyao at ymail.com
Mon Jun 7 05:55:08 CEST 2010

Every operation in gmsh GUI is written to the .geo file. If you want
to 'undo', just delete lines from the end of the .geo file.

On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 7:36 AM, Geordie McBain <gdmcbain at freeshell.org>wrote:

> 2010/6/5 463575346 <463575346 at qq.com>:
> > i hope my dear teacher can add a function "back a step"in the gmsh
> program
> Indeed, that would be nice.
> Meanwhile, one can recover from most missteps by editing the .geo file
> in which Gmsh records almost all the graphical interactions; it's
> called "untitled.geo" unless you start gmsh reading something else.
> Most created entities can be deleted too, though that leaves an
> unsightly record in the .geo file.
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