From: Bob Hanson <hansonr@st...> - 2004-12-15 00:06:14
OK, I get that. another:
Is there a reason there is no "color none"?
So, for example, we have:
color rockets green
select *; color green
color rockets none
select *; color none
Is this intentional? Do I need to make a new documentation class of color scheme
possibilities just for "color" that doesn't include "none"? (Not a problem...)
>>say again what "color polymer" does? All I get is:
>>jmol: ScriptException:invalid argument
>> Script line:color polymer
>>> Jmol version 10 pre-release 24 was released on Tue 14 Dec 2004.
>>> * 'color group' was reimplemented to use selected set
>>> * 'color polymer' was implemented
> I apologize ... my mistake ... it is 'color monomer'
> It colors the monomers along the polymer, in the same sense that 'color
> group' colors the groups along the chain.
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> select *; color none
> Is this intentional?
No, just an oversight.
> Do I need to make a new documentation class of color
> possibilities just for =22color=22 that doesn't include =22none=22? (No=
I implemented it while reading your previous message.