June 6, 2022 at 10:32 amFAQParticipant
1. Open Adapt->Iso Values (solution must be initialized)
2. Options and Inside, and the Iso-values of the “Adaption …, Cell Refine Level”
3. Press Compute and check the Max value
4. Enter the value of the Max directly into Iso-Min and Iso-Max and press Mark. If you cannot Mark, it may have reached the maximum resolution level. If that is the case, increase the Max Level of Refine by one in Controls.
5. Press Manage 6. Press Exchange, then Adapt
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