View Revisions: Issue #2965

Summary 0002965: FEM - GUI, removing warning when creating a mesh from boolean fragments
Revision 2017-03-14 14:48 by berndhahnebach
Description There is a warning :!: displayed when meshing boolean-fragments basically saying that problems can arise when meshing a component.
The thing is, that a boolean-fragments should by definition make no problems for meshing. There can't be any intersecting solids and therfore gmsh should always produce a nice result.
I use boolean fragments together with gmsh mesh in Fc on a daily basis and always clicking this warning is annoying :?.
I see three possibilities for implementing something against the above :
* inserting a check on the content of the boolean-fragments compound before the warning is risen
* insert a setting in the preferences to deselect for such warnings
* insert a checkbox at the warning to never show it again

This is for sure of low priority, since until now not so many use fc to create multi-body meshes. But I am sure that the numbers will rise at the latest when Openfoam and elmer are integrated.
Revision 2017-03-14 14:48 by berndhahnebach
Description There is a warning :!: displayed when meshing boolean-fragments basically saying that problems can arise when meshing a component.
The thing is, that a boolean-fragments should by definition make no problems for meshing. There can't be any intersecting solids and therfore gmsh should always produce a nice result.
I use boolean fragments together with gmsh mesh in Fc on a daily basis and always clicking this warning is annoying :?.
I see three possibilities for implementing something against the above :
* inserting a check on the content of the boolean-fragments compound before the warning is risen
* insert a setting in the preferences to deselect for such warnings
* insert a checkbox at the warning to never show it again

This is for sure of low priority, since until now not so many use fc to create multi-body meshes. But I am sure that the numbers will rise at the latest when Openfoam and elmer are integrated.

see forum:
https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=21314
Revision 2017-03-14 12:59 by HoWil
Description There is a warning :!: displayed when meshing boolean-fragments basically saying that problems can arise when meshing a component.
The thing is, that a boolean-fragments should by definition make no problems for meshing. There can't be any intersecting solids and therfore gmsh should always produce a nice result.
I use boolean fragments together with gmsh mesh in Fc on a daily basis and always clicking this warning is annoying :?.
I see three possibilities for implementing something against the above :
* inserting a check on the content of the boolean-fragments compound before the warning is risen
* insert a setting in the preferences to deselect for such warnings
* insert a checkbox at the warning to never show it again

This is for sure of low priority, since until now not so many use fc to create multi-body meshes. But I am sure that the numbers will rise at the latest when Openfoam and elmer are integrated.