Posted Mon, 01 Mar 2021 15:47:17 GMT by emilia novo
concerning my former posts on this issue:

I never used multiple assignment. What I did was:
1st - selected specific storage in panel Data
2nd - defined a selection
2nd - stored the selection
3rd - selected conductivity in panel Data
4th - activated the stored selection
5th - edited the conductivity values in the area of that selection

FEFLOW edited the values... but reshaped completely the distribution of ALL other properties. So now I have my conductivity OK but all my other properties have just 2 areas with 2 values in the whole domain of the model.

How can I change conductivity WITHOUTH changing the other properties?
Posted Mon, 01 Mar 2021 17:39:22 GMT by Peter Schätzl Grundwassermodellierer
As said before, I don't think that anyone has experienced something like this before. The basic principle of editing in FEFLOW is that values are changed within the selection for the active parameter(s). Changing more than one parameter at a time is only possible for parameters of the same type (for example the different conductivities). If multiple parameters of different type are active the editor toolbar will even be inactive so that the values cannot be changed.

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