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I have a detector constructed of many logical volumes. I'd like to probe it at runtime using a geantino. I recall reading somewhere in the forum (although I can't seem to find it now) that I could use a geantino to probe the volumes. Specifically what I need is to send a geantino through and get the X,Y,Z coordinates of the volume boundaries as the geantino traverses them. Specifically the volume entrance and exit points. Can someone direct me to an example where this might be done or if that is not available what are the appropriate objects to use and method calls to be made and where (UserStepping?).
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