Postprocessing Min=Max Voltage Range (albeit nonsensical) gets error

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Postprocessing Min=Max Voltage Range (albeit nonsensical) gets error

randress
By accident I produced an error that would be quite expected. However, on the chance such an ill-formed input it has not been anticipated, I am reporting it so that, if desired, it might be caught before hand or handled otherwise.

After solving a problem (in case it matters, here is the fea):
human-elipsoid-in-tank-min-max.fea

if the postprocessing settings is set for Voltage with the specification of a range of equal min and max values:



then, when "Apply" is selected the plot does not include the voltage key,



a beep is heard, and an error window is displayed;



The full content of the error window:

v-equalRangeError.txt

As I said, I do not consider this a problem or bug necessarily, but thought you might like to know.

Kind regards,
Randal
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Thank you for the report, all inputs aren't fully validated yet, and in this case as the error message indicates the Matlab caxis function only accepts a non-equal vector of length 2 hence triggering the error.