As I start my journey with the new post processor, I can not use my personal logic to figure out a quick way to plot a Y+ surface mapping without the bounding volume hiding my surface plots.
My forum searching brought me back to my own topic but I see that although I mentioned my boundingvolume issue as item 1 in this topic (my bad, should have been separate topic maybe), it remains unanswered.
I have figured, since creating this topic, that I can achieve what I want by hiding the boundingvolume, hiding all boundingvolumefaces and making all the geometry solid faces visible.
But in a geometry with hundreds of faces, I can not find a way to multi-select the all the solid faces at once to make them ‘visible’ in an ‘invisble’ BoundingVolume.
Have I found the correct way to see the surface cells only, if so, how can I multi-select?
If I was designing that interface in old faithful VB6 I would simply checkbox ‘Allow multi-select’