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I have open scientist installed in order to use AIDA (I am on Mac OS X 10.6.4 with geant4.9.4.p01) I can run TestEm1 fine and produce the root file with the 1D Histograms, however if I change the Histogram to 2D and fill the y bins with the same values as the x bins then the root file contains the 2D histogram but it wont fill it even through I issue the method fill(G4double x, G4double y). Also the histogram does not appear initialized correctly. If it is set to have 100 bins from 0->100 cm for x and y then the range in the empty 2D histo produced is 0->1. I am not sure why it can fill data correctly into a 1D histo but cannot use the same data to create and fill a 2D histo. It appears that maybe the 2D histo class is not fully supported with my configuration, if anyone can help me out on this issue I would appreciate it. The goal behind this is that I am trying to add 2D histo's to my own program but thought it would be easier to explain it through the modest alteration of TestEm1 since the problem was reproducible there.
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