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Hi, I'm using a magnetic field inside a vacuum box and having problems to get proper particle tracks. I've already tried to set the UserLimits with the methods below, which has already been suggested in several threads:
G4UserLimits* userLimits=new G4UserLimits(1.*mm); expHall_log->SetUserLimits(userLimits);
However, this didn't improve the simulation at all. The tracks look better when using Air instead of Vacuum (I guess because the TrackingCuts are different). Am I doing something wrong with the assignment of the UserLimits or do you have any suggestion what else to do?
Thanks a lot,
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