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> I have tried to use SetGlobalTime from G4Track to reset this time and avoid timing precision in subsequent daugthers.
In what method did you do this - SteppingAction?
> However, this has no effect. The problem would be solved if I could force the decay to occur at time zero. Since I am not interested on the time it took to decay.
Do you have access to your G4 source? If so, try and change the code here:
I don't know where you could do this from a user-action but there should be an option....