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/vis/drawTree (that will get you the help messages below) /vis/ASCIITree/verbose 15 (but be aware this is demanding of CPU - see Note) /vis/drawTree
Idle> vis/drawTree G4ASCIITreeSceneHandler::BeginModeling: writing to G4 standard output (G4cout) # Set verbosity with "/vis/ASCIITree/verbose <verbosity>": # < 10: - does not print daughters of repeated placements, does not repeat replicas. # >= 10: prints all physical volumes. # The level of detail is given by verbosity%10: # for each volume: # >= 0: physical volume name. # >= 1: logical volume name (and names of sensitive detector and readout geometry, if any). # >= 2: solid name and type. # >= 3: volume and density. # >= 5: daughter-subtracted volume and mass. # and in the summary at the end of printing: # >= 4: daughter-included mass of top physical volume(s) in scene to depth specified. # Note: by default, culling is switched off so all volumes are seen. # Note: the mass calculation takes into account daughters, which can be time consuming. If you want the mass of a particular subtree to a particular depth: # /vis/open ATree # /vis/ASCIITree/verbose 14 # /vis/scene/create # /vis/scene/add/volume <subtree-physical-volume> ! <depth> # /vis/sceneHandler/attach # /vis/viewer/flush # Now printing with verbosity 0 # Format is: PV:n # Abbreviations: PV = Physical Volume, LV = Logical Volume, # SD = Sensitive Detector, RO = Read Out Geometry.