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On Fri, 04 Mar 2011 22:32:15 GMT, Ibrahim wrote:
> Hi everybody, > > I would like to change the color of the optical photons. I irradiated a > scintillating screen with X-ray photons, the scintillating screen > absorbs X-ray photons and emits optical photons. In geant4 the color of > uncharged particles is green. Is it possible to change the color of > optical photons to distinguish them from the X-ray photons? I highly > appreciate your help. >
You may have a look at examples/extended/radioactivedecay/rdecay01/vis.mac