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Yours is an interesting question, I am not the expert, but I am afraid, short of writing your own RunManager class, there is nothing you can do to manipulate the n_event:
inside the DoEventLoop method. I don't know but the compiler may not even allow you to change the loop limit within the loop as the for-loop is written.
I agree, it is confusing that there is a public method SetNumberOfEventToBeProcessed but that doesn't actually do anything. BeamOn is the only method that sets the number of events to be processed.
You are getting on very shaky ground if you try to initiate an event from a user hook of a previous event.
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