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On Mon, 08 Apr 2019 15:06:14 GMT, Pedro Gomes wrote:
> I guess I have the installation built with OpenGL support, since I've > been using it ever since in many other applications.
Oh. If you have built with OpenGL, then there's something else wrong. Let's look at your original message:
On Fri, 15 Mar 2019 17:51:26 GMT, Pedro Gomes wrote:
> In order to see the target volume, I input the following command in the > command line: > > ./icsd vis.mac > > I couldn't see the geometry. I'm getting the information: > > ***** COMMAND NOT FOUND </vis/open OGL 600x400-0+0> *****
Ah! I misread that error the first time: It's not complaining about the OGL _argument_, it's complaining about the whole /vis/open _command_.
In your application, do you instantiate the G4 visualization manager in main()? You should have a bit of code that looks something like
#ifdef G4VIS_USE G4VisManager* visManager = new G4VisExecutive("quiet"); visManager->Initialize(); #endif
If you don't have a visualization manager, you won't have any of the /vis/* commands.
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