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Doesn't work ...... the user must not delete:
G4VTrajectory* trajectory = fpTrackingManager->GimmeTrajectory();
in UserTrackingAction - or else core dumps!
However, I found a solution to draw tracks in PostUserTrackingAction without the G4TrajectoryContainer overflowing with G4Trajectories.
The solution is to set in PreUserTrackingAction:
then in PostUserTrackingAction:
if (G4VVisManager::GetConcreteInstance()) trajectory->DrawTrajectory(50);
If I now look in EndOfEventAction there isn't even a
This was tested with /examples/extended/optical/LXe
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