Hi Paride,

You'll have to build up the plane-with-hole with triangles. Not difficult to do, but not completely trivial either, especially not if the CGO syntax is new to you :S

Best,

Tsjerk


On 11/1/07, Paride Legovini <legovini@spiro.fisica.unipd.it> wrote:
Warren DeLano wrote:
> http://pymol.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/pymol/trunk/pymol/examples/devel/cgo02.py?view=markup

Thank you for your prompt help, I also found cgo_plane.phy in the svn
repository, that is almost what I asked (I didn't understand it
completely yet, but it seems a very good example).

Actually, my problem is a bit more complicated then drawing a square: I
have to draw a square with a round hole in it. Do you have any hint for
this?
You may have guessed that my final target is to simulate the
translocation of a polymer through a nanopore.

Today I showed my professors my first and primitive pymol movie and they
were very impressed! I hope to convince them to get a payed
subscription. I'm really missing some up-to-date documentation (hoping
that it got a lot more complete from the 2004 edition).

Thank you,
p.

PS: Warren, sorry for writing you directly and not to the list, I'm too
used to lists where the Reply-To: header is set the the list's address.


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