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I'm interested to know if you are still having problems with this. I suspect it's to do with the establishment of the static variable
Sometimes the instantiation of such static variables is delayed until the first use of the dynamically loaded library in which they are defined, in this case, libG4graphics_reps.dll, so if no part of it has been used prior to
it might not be correctly instantiated. This seems to be more of a problem on Windows than on Unix.
We actually recommend
- and perhaps our examples should reflect this. This is a function that forces the instantiation of the static variable before returning a reference to it. I would be very grateful if (a) you could try to reproduce the original problem and (b) see if using GetInvisible() cures it.
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