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Thanks for all your help. I actually found a problem in the way I was implementing new Hits into the HitCollections in my SensitiveDetector class. I changed things to a better implementation... and my memory explosion (which I didn't mention earlier) was fixed, and the program no longer crashes in between events. The only thing I can think of is that somehow, when a specific random number would occur a specific track would happen, and somewhere in the storing/deleting of the trajectory the program would crash because of my bad implementation of the hitcollections... I don't know how feasible that explanation is... but it works... I will start learning to use gdb as well because it seems like the best way to debug the code!! Thanks again, as always, to everyone at the Forum!! Cheers, Mario
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