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I did what you suggested, but either I don't understand the output of the dump or there is something really screwed in my geometry. To better understand the dump I produced a simple geometry which does not give the Polyhedron::SetReferences message but still I cannot understand the dump. The geometry consist of a cubic box made of two triangular facets on the upper side (at Z=1000):
| 3--2 | | /| | |/ | | 1--4 |-------- X
and 5 quadrangular facets on the other 5 sides. To obey the rule of "anticlockwise when seen from the outside" I build the two G4TriangularFacets using these ordering of points: 1-2-3 and 1-4-2. The dump shows me:
xyz(1)=-500 -500 1000
xyz(2)=500 500 1000
xyz(3)=-500 500 1000
xyz(4)=500 -500 1000
xyz(5)=-500 -500 0
xyz(6)=500 -500 0
xyz(7)=500 500 0
xyz(8)=-500 500 0
face(1)= 1/2 2/4 3/5 0/0
face(2)= 1/3 4/6 2/1 0/0
face(3)= 5/7 6/6 4/2 1/5
face(4)= 7/7 8/5 3/1 2/6
face(5)= 8/7 5/3 1/1 3/4
face(6)= 6/7 7/4 2/2 4/3
face(7)= 5/5 8/4 7/6 6/3
The first 4 points are the 1,2,3 and 4 from the picture above bounding the upper face of the cube, while the others are in the Z=0 layer. My understanding of the dump of the facets is that facet 1 has an edge going from point 1 to point 2 (correct), another edge going from point 2 to point 4 (correct start but wrong end) and another edge going from point 3 to point 5 (???). This does not make sense to me so I tend to believe that I'm misinterpreting the dump. Still I can't figure out which is the correct interpretation. By the way the geometry is visualized perfectly; I also tried to define a facet clockwise to see if I misinterpreted the anticlockwise rule, but defining it clockwise it is not drawn correctly, so I think that I can handle the anticlockwise rule correctly...
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