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sorry for not having specified my needs properly. I want to track electrons in a constant magnetic field. The electrons have an energy of 30 MeV (momentum in z-direction), the field is 0.4 tesla in y-direction.
I wrote the tracks to a file and they look correct. So I guess it's mainly a problem with the visualization. I'm using HepRepFile and WIRED. As I have already mentioned, the visualization looks much better, when using Air instead of Vacuum as material. Setting the UserLimits to smaller values gave no improvement. For testing I am only using one volume in the whole simulation and assigned the UserLimits to its LogicalVolume.
Is there anything I can do to get a proper visualization?
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