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Sorry, nobody helped you since your posting. I was away on vacation.
I see nothing wrong with your code snippets. I can only guess that maybe the G4Navigator does not 'see' your:
Did you check with step-wise debugging that the track actually enters this volume? Also, maybe your track is/was along the y-axis.
If you find that the volume is not found, this either indicats an error in your volume definitions or a bug to be resolved by the geometry category. Another way to narrow this down would be to define a simpler volume, like a G4Box, and see if the local field is seen in that case.
Best regards, Peter
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