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Deal all Hello I have a question about /gps/pos/confine volume I think it choose(or makes) primary particle which go through some volume I defined there. I made isotropic beam from the spherical surface, and I want to choose events that primary particles go through certain volume. So this command 'confine' seems very nice to me. However I worried if this command makes some biasing. Is it same if I 1. use this command (with certain volume A) 2. without this command, and I calculate trajectory of primary particles and select events only primary particles go through certain volume A ? Please tell me if you have any idea :) Thank you!! Have a nice day. -J.E.Suh