Matthias,

As David said, try setting internal_gui to 0.

Or, try saving your session as a .psw instead of .pse.

Cheers,

Jason

Sent from my Android. Please excuse the concision and any typos.

On Mar 24, 2013 6:55 PM, "Matthias Haffke" <matze_haffke@hotmail.com> wrote:
Dear all,

this might be a simple question, but I would like to know how to hide the object control panel on the right side in the PyMol window.
I would like to give a full screen presentation using scenes and it would be nice to have "more space" and remove the object control panel. Switching "full_screen on" does not do the job unfortunately - the object control panel remains visible.

Many thanks already if anyone knows the solution,

Matthias

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