Yes, I know the move command, but my mouse USED to translate things
when you clicked the scroll wheel, it just doesn't since I had to re-
install things. I like using it rather than the command line.
On 18/08/2005, at 8:14 AM, Peter Adrian Meyer wrote:
> Hi Bronwyn,
>> a) I've just installed the latest MacPymol (after having a major
>> crash and having to re-install EVERYTHING), and my middle mouse
>> button doesn't seem to work. I can't move things around on the
>> screen. The other buttons work fine, and the middle one scrolls OK,
>> so I can slab - but I want to move things!! I have played with the
>> MouseWorks thing in System Prefs, and can change the middle button
>> clicking to do what any of the other button clicks do, but there is
>> no option for "middle button". Is there a key combination I can put
>> in that will let it move things?
> move x,5.0; should work as far as translating the model. With a
> three-button mouse (no scroll wheel), middle mouse translates and
> shift-right mouse moves the clipping planes (on unix, at least, but it
> might be of use for getting the system preferences configured).
>> b)I'm trying to make a surface and a cartoon of a CA-only structure.
>> A search of my email archive tells me that by now Pymol should be
>> able to create at least a ribbon from this sort of file, but I can't
>> figure out how to do it. Can someone please instruct me?
> Can't help you here...I've been wondering about how to do a ca-
> trace for a
> while (not sure what use a surface from a CA model would be,
> Hope this helps,
>> Bronwyn Carlisle
>> Biochemistry Department
>> University of Otago
>> PO Box 56
>> 710 Cumberland St
>> email: bronwyn.carlisle@...
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> Pete Meyer
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