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Hide element edges in contour plots

Hide element edges in contour plots

Hide element edges in contour plots

(OP)
Hello,

I want to hide the element edges in contour plots. I was searching online and found this on the Siemens PLM forum-
"Edit the Post View from the Post Processing Navigator or select Edit Post View from the Results ribbon. Then go to the Edges and Faces tab. Set the edges option to Feature or None to limit the display of element edges in the post view."
I am using Femap v11.2 and unable to locate 'Edit Post View' button. Could anyone tell me where can I find it?

Best regards,
Su

RE: Hide element edges in contour plots

You can set this using F6 for View Options; see the image below:


There is a shortcut to this setting in the View Simple toolbar if you have it turned on:



RE: Hide element edges in contour plots

(OP)
thanks a lot!

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