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Hi Chris, yes, you can erase a solid, but you should also carefully deregister/delete first any logical-volume and physical-volume which may be bound to it. Cheers, Gabriele ----------------- On Mon, 22 Oct 2012 13:19:27 GMT, C Mos wrote: > Hi I am working in making a macro file where I can run different > geometry setup interacting through my detector messenger. Can I erase a > volume in my already constructed geometry? Beside calling the function > GeometryHasBeenChanged, what should I do? I will need to brreak the > link/erase the object in the containing (mother) volume? > > Also, I saw some postings of ppl trying to do this, and they were having > trouble in erasing the SD part as well. > > Please any comments/suggestions are very much appreciated. Chris
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