First of all: I am new to Blender. I installed it today. After a few basic things I wanted to try out the fluid simulator. The first simulation worked fine, just like in that tutorial. The simplest of setups: a not-too-big-sized cube as the domain, a small sube as the fluid. Baked it and watched the finished preview.
Then I started over (Ctrl+N), took the default cube and enlarged it a little bit. As soon as I changed the type of that cube to "domain", it took the shape of the former fluid cube. After I deleted the fluid-cache files manually, the cube stayed the way it was when I changed the type to domain.
Is this a normal behaviour?
And it obviously isn't enough to delete the fluid-cache files. After I hit "bake", the domain cube immediately changed its shape to the first fluid cube and stayed the entire simulation like this. It only "tried" to move a few mm, as it seems. Quittung the application and restarting it doesn't help. Somewhere the data from the first test-simulation remains somewhere on my system, which btw is a Win10 PC.
What am I doing wrong?