Thank you for your attention. All your comments were really helpful and we
definitely narrowed the location of the bug further. Given that 5.x.x works
well in your Arch Linux, we are for sure talking about driver-related
issues. I don't know to what extent these drivers are being used,
that's fine, I have some experience developing Qt UIs. But there is one
difficulty with ParaView: I couldn't find any examples or documentation how
to extend the existing widgets? Where do I plug in the additional elements,
is it possible in some xml plugin description, or do I have to
I am building ParaView from source. When we test my release version on a
different system, we can't use any feature that uses python : trace, python
I installed your binary version and I saw that you provided the python27.DLL
and a Lib folder which seem to be the one from
Thanks Utkarsh. Two issues:
1- Looks like I have to use OS X provided python (2.7)? Using any other
python results in
Fatal Python error: PyThreadState_Get: no current thread
2- using system python I get some unresolved symbol issue with MPI.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line
Hi Andy, Cory,
Your advice pointed me in the right direction. I originally thought that the
variable was face-centered, but it was actually a variable on a side set
(which wasn’t loaded by default). When I finally realised I had to load the set
(hidden in the advanced properties), the
Attached is a script from an older email. The 5.1.* uses Python 2.7,
so you'll need to update the script accordingly. I haven't tested it
(as I don't have my Mac here), but it should give you some hints.
On Tue, Aug 9, 2016 at 12:10 PM, Mohammad Mirzadeh wrote:
"Glyph Source" is a group title. All properties under that header
until the the next group header or a separator affect the "Gylph
Source". "Glyph Type" allows you to pick the type of glyph source. The
rest of the properties in that group update based on the chosen glyph
Along the same lines, is this possible with prebuilt binaries on OS X? I
have tried including
Hello dear users,
While working on glyphes (pipeline), I noticed there was 2 properties menus 1
named "Glyph type" and the other "Glyph source".
Since I don't find anything on "Glyph source" and it doesn't seem to modify the
glyph, does anybody know the difference between those two properties?
Here's a sample launch script:
Can you try removing relevant configuration files from your
~/.config/* directory and see? We've had similar issues with config
files messing with the menus in the past. I wonder if you're running
into that. Running your app with "-dr" command line argument should
have the same effect.
In ParaView there is only field values associated with points and cells. If
by face data you mean data associated with 2D cells then Cory's email is
the correct one. If by face values you mean field data associated with a
face of a 3D cell, ParaView does not currently support that. If
By plot, do you mean coloring the faces by the face-centered values mapped
through a color map? And by face-centered, do you mean each face has one
If I have your meaning right, that is indeed possible - you should be able
to choose your variable in the "Color By" combo box.
Odd, but glad it's working.
On Mon, Aug 8, 2016 at 1:05 PM, Clayton C wrote:
> Hey Utkarsh,
> I ended up with the same problem. However, I started deleting components
> from the pipeline to see if that had any impact. I deleted the .stl files I
> had loaded
On Mon, Aug 8, 2016 at 9:55 PM, Júlio Hoffimann
> According to the Arch Linux documentation
> (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/xorg#Driver_installation), the Intel
> driver has priority over the others, is it being picked up in the log?
I'm afraid this is
Hello dear users,
I'm currently developing some filters (compiled into a custom plugin) under a
custom version of Paraview.
The different filters are (supposed to be) displayed in a category in the menu
On a Ubuntu 14.04 64bits computer they are not displayed (2 out of 3 still
Thanks for the info, that all worked fine. Sorry bit of a late response.
On a similar theme, is it easy to make a great circle slice (with the
origin at 000) that plots through two long-lat points? I'm guessing
that this scenario would be a rotation about x, y and z ?
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