This isn't currently possible without "hacking" the session files, and doing
so is not something I can encourage as a "supportable" activity.
Use a script!
[mailto:pymol-users-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Thomas Stout
Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2007 10:24 AM
Subject: [PyMOL] "report" or "clone" settings?
Does anyone know if there is a way of reporting all of the display settings
for an object, or - conversely - "cloning" the display settings from one
object onto another? Specifically, I am thinking about the situation where
I have one elaborately displayed object that is protein A in complex with
ligand 1. Now I am in a position where I want to apply those same settings
to many more objects that are also protein A, although each in complex with
a different ligand (2 through N). All objects are named identically in
terms of chains, residue numbers, et cetera.
PS - Yes, I know that the "right" way to have done this was via a script
that defined all settings, a la molscript, but that's not the situation I am
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