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thank you very much for your answer.
I guess that your advice is to move to the new GEANT4 version where the proper gamma energies are produced. Knowing that neutronHP (what I am using) does not use PhotonEvaporation, I imagine that gamma information is taken from files like: /data/G4NDL3.14/Inelastic/Gammas/z53.a127 where again gamma energies seem OK. However, I have confirmed that the kinetic energy of gammas directly generated by neutron inelastic scattering is the same than the ones I have registered in the ideal detector, that is, shifted around 16 keV to the left.
In any case, thanks again and best regards, Susana