> On Tuesday 20 September 2005 20:26, Miguel wrote:
>> Q: Which version of Jmol are you using?
>> In some areas the crystal support under Jmol 9 was more powerful than
> Miguel, did you actually get my last question on this? (which was along=
> lines: 'I think I understand how to duplicate atoms, i.e. duplicating t=
> unit cell, but how do I revert to the single unit cell view')
Yes, I wrote up a very detailed response.
But I cannot find it now ... so maybe I lost it before sending and was to=
depressed to write it again.
Here is a very short version:
I do not think that you should worry about deleting. I do not think that
we would ever delete. Rather, I think that we would hide the atoms/bonds
when they were no longer relevant. If we need to delete, then let's worry=
about that later.
The current 'frame' code does not know how to handle additions of atoms
after 'freeze' has been called. I think that you should add a script
command that adds one atom at 0,0,0. When that works, change your script
command so that it copies all of the atoms, moving them right by 100
angstroms (or whatever).
When you get that running we should talk again.