January 25, 2023 at 7:16 amFAQParticipant
The following TUI commands sets the image type, color, resolution, contour settings, views etc. and save the image. display set hardcopy drive tiff disp set hc color color disp set hc landscape yes dis set hc x-res 1280 dis set hc y-res 960 disp set con filled yes [filled contour] disp set cont node yes [node values] disp set cont surf 2 () [where 2 is the ID of the surface, you can also type the surface name instead of ID] disp set-window 1 disp view restore-view view-pr [where view-pr is the view you want to use] disp con pressure 101325 1400000 [you can specify the limits or use default values] disp hc pressure_contour-%06t.tif [ it appends the time step, use %06f if you want to append time]
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