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> When I try to change the dimensions of the G4Polyhedras at run time they > do change but the optical surface remains the same than from the begining, > I mean, it doesn' change its dimensions. What you are actually doing inside SetGeometryForNewRun() is just setting internal parameters of the solid (which are used as cached values) but you are NOT regenerating the solid itself, therefore the solid stays the same. To do things properly, you should look at how the solid is generated in the actual implementation of the constructor of G4Polyhedra and eventually do the same, taking into account to release the memory of the already allocated objects, in order to avoid memory leaks.... In my opinion, it is more straightforward (and less error-prone) if you redefine a new solid from scratch, delete the old one, and assign the new one to the logical volume. Cheers, Gabriele
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