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Hi, First of all, I think your code is very confusing. You are using Sensitive detector (SD) but you call it in the UserSteppingAction with the user defined method directly. It is not following the manner in Geant4. I think it is better to brush up your code. Anyway, my question and comments are: 1) Are you checking the volume in your SteppingAction ? Since SteppingAction is called every step, you have to check the volume where the track is now. Otherwise, the volume may be the world volume etc. In the case, Touchable may return only zero. * Even you are using SD, the SD is not called by the Geant4 kernel. You call it by yourself, directly! Therefore, you can not expect the same result in the Geant4 manual. * I recommend, for example, you check the position of track in SteppingAction. 2) I think you should decide whether you will use a UserSteppingAction or a SensitiveDetector for scoring. Then the problem will become more simple. Best regards, Tsukasa Aso
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