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This is solely a (known) visualisation issue. Tracking is not affected.
To see the geometry as seen by the tracking system, use RayTracer (/vis/open RayTracer), which produces a jpeg file.
Because this is CPU intensive and blind, it is a good thing to get the view you want in OpenGL:
/vis/open OGLSX /vis/drawVolume ...Get the view you want with /vis/viewer/set/commands - or use the mouse with OGLSXm or OGLSQt... /vis/open RayTracer /vis/viewer/set/all viewer-0 (assuming viewer-0 is the OGL viewer) /vis/viewer/flush (generates an image using Geant4's own tracking algorithms and writes a jpeg file)
If you are on a Unix platform, when you "./Configure -build", you can answer "y" to
G4VIS_BUILD_RAYTRACERX_DRIVER G4VIS_USE_RAYTRACERX Allows for interactive ray-tracing graphics through X11. The X11 package is required.
Then /vis/open RayTracerX gets you a window that allows you to see the image as it is built. It produces a jpeg file too.