Well, you can look at that POV-Ray code there and see, but I don't think there's anything oddly different about O or C. A different choice of POV-Ray parameters such as Paul suggests might be an idea. But other than that, it's just what POV-Ray does with it.



On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 9:09 PM, Shore, Jay <Jay.Shore@sdstate.edu> wrote:

Paul and Robert,

Thank you very much for your responses.
They are very helpful.
I do have a couple of more questions I hope that you do not mind.
Am I wrong about the reflection looking different for the oxygen versus the carbon?
If I export a jpeg they look fine, only when I try to export a povray do they look different.
Is there an easy way to fix this? I do not want to manually change the povray files I guess
that I could write a script to edit them.

Thank you again.
Jay


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