Thanks for changing this and for the reminder about using sheet smoothing- very helpful.
Frieda


On Feb 26, 2007, at 11:58 PM, Bob Hanson wrote:

OK, this is fixed. The actual error was that the alpha carbons were not 
supposed to be clickable -- were not supposed to be able to initiate 
measurements -- but since you like that feature, it is now set to allow 
alpha carbon clicking and measuring in backbone, trace, meshribbon, 
strands, and cartoons, but not rockets -- because the points there can 
be so far off from actual.

Points will not touch the cartoon (the reason this was supposed to be 
turned off) unless you have

set tracealpha
set sheetsmoothing 0

because only then do the cartoons go through the alpha carbons directly.

Bob



Frieda Reichsman wrote:

Thanks Bob, I sent this to the list shortly thereafter, perhaps you 
did not get it:

OK, I find that if I display the atoms in spacefill at 50% the 
monitor lines appear. The problem with the monitors not appearing was 
a monitor between two alpha carbons that were in a cartoon display. I 
can get around this by displaying the atoms at a small spacefill 
size, but it would be nice if monitors showed up when alpha carbons 
are measured in cartoon displays. Particularly when using the mouse, 
it's kind of unnerving to have the line be there when measuring and 
then simply disappear when clicking to finish.


Would it be simple to change this behavior?


Frieda

PS, did you get 2 emails from me on or about Friday or Saturday? 



On Feb 26, 2007, at 2:49 PM, Bob Hanson wrote:

this is working in 11.1.15 and 11.1.14, I think, though I don't have 
a copy of that to test. It's possible that 11.1.12 is broken in that way.


Frieda Reichsman wrote:

I'm finding that in Jmol 11.1.12, measures do not appear when called 
in a script, and disappear from the applet when made manually (with 
the mouse), as soon as they are made. 
That is, double-click an atom, you get the pink "rubberband" dotted 
measure line, double-click the second atom, and the measurement 
disappears. 
Here's the console output with set debugscript ON, for a manual 
measurement:

[NA]401.NA #2451 -1.163 58.771 -12.03
measurePending: 1.588 nm
measurePending: 1.178 nm
[ILE]279:A.CA #2020 -10.405 65.385 -8.938
measurePending: 1.178 nm
script 12 started
measure ( atomIndex = 2449 ) ( atomIndex = 2019 )
measureCompleted: [2, 2449, 2019, 1.178 nm]
Script completed
Jmol script terminated

But no measurement appears in the applet.

By accident, I did get a measurement to show up, as follows:
Double-click an atom, single click the second atom; pause, then 
double-click the second atom.

Frieda



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