You can trap the sync signal and change it to whatever you want with a syncCallback, I believe. In this case, you would switch the sign of x in the various commands that utilize that.


On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 9:58 AM, Pshemak Maslak <nyl@psu.edu> wrote:
There is a very nice command to sync the applets (sync).  Is there a relatively simple way to do "mirror sync"?

I imagine that the two models (say enantiomers) would be first manually oriented to give mirror orientation of each other and "locked" to give the "synced pair".

Perhaps some fine tuning of the original manually-set positions could be done programmatically (using "compare"?) before locking?

Thanks,

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