You can always move an arrow after creating it using

draw arrow {0 0 0} {0.1 0.1 0}
set drawpicking true
set picking draw

and then use CTRL- and ALT- to move around the arrow and position it. Grab it at it's point. Arrow size is settable using

set defaultDrawArrowScale

although that's just size, not cone angle.


isosurface function can get you a cone, but that's pretty involved.

2012/2/28 Angel HerrŠez <angel.herraez@uah.es>
Thanks, Bob
Yes, I had thought of an arrow, but the problem is to position it.
And the diameter.

Well, if that's what we have, I will try to manage.

Alternative: any easy way to generate pmesh data? so I can feed it
into Jmol




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