There is also a translate function similar to "rotate", the docs for =
these don't exist yet, because the implementation isn't finished. =
However, feel free to used them in the following forms:
vector needs to be something like [x,y,z]
axis can be either the letter x,y,z or a 3D vector [x,y,z]
From: Byron Delabarre [mailto:byron@...]
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 12:32 PM
Subject: Re: [PyMOL] translation vs rotation
For the label colours, I don't think you can colour independantly. You
can work around this by creating duplicate atoms, colouring them the
colour you want for the labels, and then labelling the duplicate atoms.
Can't help with the move objects - maybe try redefining your screen
centre? I'm sure there is a better way than that however...
PS - apologies if this showed up 3x on the list - the Mozilla mailer has =
been getting fussy.
Mark Pfuhl wrote:
> This is a follow up to a recent question on 'moving' several objects
> independently. In the answer there is only reference to the rotate
> command. But is there also a way to translate the objects
> independently? I tried the move command but that does not take an
> object name as an argument. I know objects can be translated
> interactively by using the mouse editing mode but is there a way to =
> so in a script?
> Another question: Is there a way to set the colour for labels
> explicitely and independently from the object that they belong to?
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