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I am trying to use the GPS module to generate particles with a certain energy distribution. The simulation goes well, but the results are difficult to handle: if I start a run with, let's say, 100 particles using the line "/run/beamOn 100" the particles created all have ID=1, so that is impossible to distinguish between them and to trace back the primary particle in case of secondaries.
I think that in this case the program is considering each run independent and so it assignes everytime ID=1 to every particle created, but I have really no clue of how to overcome this problem
I really appreciate any kind of help