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  1. Great! I too searched something similar @tinh
  2. Hi @Toan Nguyen it is working for me. is it because of the hypermesh version? I am using 2017 version.
  3. Hi @Toan Nguyen this could work for you. set sysId 1 hm_getcrossreferencedentities systems $sysId 7 1 0 0 -byid hm_getmark nodes 1
  4. @tinh @0815 thanks for the replies In my case i need the user to select a particular region using that option. As of now i found a solution by creating faces and calling *createmarkpanel elems 1 "Please select the elements" 1, then delete faces which is giving same output.
  5. Hi @tinh, It is opening the panel, but how do i get the output elements from this? or how do i set the selected elements to a particular group?
  6. @tinh, it will open when we click on slave entity ids in the left panel. I am using hm 2017 version.
  7. Hello all, Anyone knows how to open the panel shown below using tcl commands?
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    How to use query commands

    Hi @alexdonner Sorry for late reply, yes you are right about the output mark. It should be working if surfs ids present in the mark. Can you share the code?
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    How to use query commands

    Not sure about any direct command for shared elements. But you can use *findmark to find elements attached to nodes(since you already have nodes from previous command).
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    Error Running in Batch Mode

    Hi Alec, 1. you can add this line to your tcl file hm_framework loaduserprofile OptiStruct "" 2. From the error you got, i think this data name "OS_SPCID" is something specific to optistruct
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    Error Running in Batch Mode

    Hi I think it could be because your hypermesh is in some other profile. Try changing profile to optistruct in the tcl file.
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    How to use query commands

    Hi alex, open command window from menu. View -> Command window And there you can write the commands, for example paste these lines in command window and you will get output. *createmark comps 1 109 hm_getnodessharedbyothercomps 1 1 0 hm_getmark nodes 1 Change component id as per your model.
  13. Hi tomislav try this *createmark nodes 1 "by set" NSET *createmark nodes 2 "by box" $x1 $y1 $z1 $x2 $y2 $z2 0 inside 0 1 0 *markdifference nodes 1 nodes 2 *entitysetupdate "NSET" nodes 1
  14. Hi tlewis, I think mvec will only matter if you are creating an elliptical cylinder(direction b in this image). Create a node using the mvec coordinates you got from command.tcl, it will give you some idea.
  15. Hey @tinh Thank you so much!! problem solved.
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