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Thanks for the reply. Yes, I had hacked together something to this effect, but like you say, you don't loose the track header. With with 5000 photos per run, I have a lot of unused information....
I was wanting to do 10^8 runs on a simulation and all i needed was the neutron track info for each run (but also want the flexibility to reduce to 2 runs and get all the information through the GUI). Worse case is a very large file and a script to sort through it, but it doesn't feel very neat and will soon eat my hard drive space.
I had a look through G4SteppingVerbose, but I think I need to dig deeper than this to suppress the track header.
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