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My simulation involves incident protons onto a fixed target, and while working on 4.10.0, I set the program to print out (in the Qt interface) the particle count the simulation had processed. For example it would tell me that 100 particles (of the 1000 I had set) had been processed. It would do this in real time as it was working so I knew that the simulation was indeed still running (see attached image).
But with 4.10.1, the Qt interface just goes dark and I don't get any real time feedback as to whether the simulation is still running or whether it has stalled.
Is there something else can I implement to find out in real time what the particle count processed is (and thus if the simulation is still running)?