[Gmsh] Problem with Plugin(Tetrahedralize)
cgeuzaine at ulg.ac.be
Sun Nov 28 11:29:48 CET 2010
Hello Matthieu - I think that the problem comes from the fact that all
your "point" elements in the .msh file have the same elementary number
(0). Give the points a valid id number and it should work just fine.
On 25/11/10 18:05, Matthieu Labbé wrote:
> I have some problems with Plugin(Tetrahedralize):
> 1) Plugin(Tetrahedralize) crashes with an error message that makes no
> sense to me:
> Error : Tetrahedralization added points (681 -> 661): aborting
> Adding some noise to the data solved that problem, but I'm still
> wondering what this message means...
> Attached files to reproduce error:
> 2) After I added some noise to the the data, I have some visualization
> problem: some clipping-like effect appears with rotation, see attached
> Thank you for any help with these issues.
> Matthieu Labbé.
> PS: Some error messages from Plugin(Tetrahedralize) such as
> All points seem to be coplanar.
> All points seem to be collinear.
> do not appear in the Message Console window.
> They do appear in the Linux terminal but I can't see them under Windows.
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