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Dear Tom > A workaround that can work in some/many cases is to use a solid with a > geometrical boundary right at the hard edge(s) -- this prevents any step > from spanning the geometrical boundary, and thus spanning the hard edge > of the field.. Using a solid to set magnetic field, electron is drawn curve as I expected !! > The best way to avoid (2) is to not use hard-edge fields, use physical > ones (i.e. satisfy Maxwell's equations, which rule out hard edges). A I see. I have to know the profile of magnetic field to get more correct result. Thank you for the easy to understand explanation. Best Regards, Kayo Matsuura