Check: Check consistency of subdivision data
All currently defined data for subdivision of macro elements will be checked for consistency between adjacent elements and edges. Adjacent elements or edges only can be detected if they own common end nodes. Edges with inconsistent data found are graphically marked. With solid elements, only edges of the button surface are checked.
Following dialog shows the available options:
Select elements that are to be considered.
Display only: Inconsistencies found are shown graphically but not corrected.
Min number of nodes: Correct the subdivision of edges by applying the minimal number of intermediate nodes for the subdivisions of all adjacent elements. This can also be zero, if no subdivision for one edge is given.
Max number of nodes: Correct automatically by applying the maximal number of intermediate nodes for the subdivisions of all adjacent elements.
For plotting purposes a shrinking factor can be given here. This makes it possible to better show inconsistencies between neighbored edges.
Plot pattern ID
With this option set all macro elements with irregular patterns will show the associated pattern ID in the center of gravity when plotted.