> Is there a way that the inner and outer surfaces of an
> isosurface can be coloured differently? I am trying to make a
> figure showing differential occupancy of a binding pocket,
> and I have to take a slab through the structure. The result
> is very confusing, with a mixture of inside and outside
> surfaces, similarly coloured.
Not exactly, but there is a workaround:
Create two objects and then color them differentially.
If you're talking about a molecular surface, then reduce the vdw radius
slightly on one of the objects.
alter one-object, vdw=vdw-.09
If you're talking about a volumetric isosurface, then simply countour at a
slightly different level.
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