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I had the same issue. I solved it by creating a source volume as a daughter of the phantom/hole and confine my source to the source volume. i add '/gate/source/sourcename/gps/confine sourcevolume' in my source definition section.
Hope it helps.
Thanks. Regards, Parimalah
On Wed, 23 May 2007 16:36:32 GMT, Justin Dingley wrote:
> I recently tried to use the /gps/pos/confine command to create a uniformly > distributed source. I received the following error: > > LoopCount = 100000 > Either the source distribution >> confinement > or any confining volume may not overlap with > the source distribution or any confining volumes > may not exist > If you have set confine then this will be ignored > for this event. > > even though I knew my source was well contained within the volume. > There have been questions in the forum about this error, but no answer > was given. > The solution to my particular case was to include the /gps/pos/centre > command- even though the confinement volume was at 0,0,0 and the default > gps center is also at 0,0,0 , this error occurs unless the center > is explicitly defined. > > I assume its just a peculiarity of the code. > >