Question for Angel or Nico or Egon, I think: In the Jmol application, why doesn't the measurement icon stay shaded after clicking it? I don't see how this mechanism works, but it seems to me after clicking any one of those three icons it should stay shaded.


On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 6:55 PM, <> wrote:
Bugs item #2638895, was opened at 2009-02-25 17:06
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Category: User interface
Group: None
>Status: Closed
>Resolution: Fixed
Priority: 5
Private: No
Submitted By: Rene Kanters (rkanters)
Assigned to: Miguel (migueljmol)
Summary: measuring angles

Initial Comment:

Maybe I am going crazy or misremember things, but I thought that at one point in time one could measure bond angles by clicking the measure icon and then pick three atoms. Currently I seem to only be able to measure bonds (i.e., Jmol thinks I am done picking atoms when I am up to 2 atoms as opposed to 3 for bond angles or 4 for dihedral). I thought you had to 'end' the selection by double clicking on the last atom.


>Comment By: Bob Hanson (hansonr)
Date: 2009-02-25 18:55

Not sure whether this relates, but I see picking styles were broken in

In 11.6 it is working properly -- just distances for the icon.


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