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Hi all, In the ExN03EventAction::EndOfEventAction() of the novice example N03, the author wrote that // You can get a default drawing without this code by using, e.g., // /vis/scene/add/trajectories 1000 // The code here adds sophistication under control of drawFlag. Indeed, there seems to be no code fragments for visualization of trajectories in ExN02EventAction::EndOfEventAction() and we can visualize them using the following commands: /tracking/storeTrajectory 1 /vis/scene/add/trajectories From the facts above, I thought there's a default functionality for visualization of trajectories. On the other hand, in "Additional note 2" of "8.7.6 Visualization of trajectories" in the "Geant4 User's guide - For Application Developers -", it is said that 'In order that the command visualization with /run/beamOn works, the run action and/or event action should be implemented properly.', which means there's no default. Which is correct? Or what are my misunderstandings? Yours, Kazuyoshi
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