As recommended, I suggest loading the structure in using a file format =
that contains explicit connectivity information (MOL/SDF or MOL2). =
PyMOL generally does okay inferring protein connectivity from =
coordinates alone, but that is about it.
another thing you can do is unbond the atoms, either through picked =
unbond pk1, pk2
unbond atom-selection1, atom-selection2
From: pymol-users-admin@... on behalf of Gerhardt, =
Sent: Fri 3/3/2006 5:06 AM
Subject: [PyMOL] setting correct bond length
I am trying to display a bound azetidine ring, but pymol is drawing also =
bound between the C2 and C4 ring carbons.
<<...OLE_Obj...>> bond length N-C 1.46=C5, C-C 1.54=C5 and C2-C4 =
See pymol picture attached. Is there a simple way of setting the bond =
to be drawn correctly?
Stefan Gerhardt, Dr
Protein Structure Laboratory
Alderley Park, Macclesfield
SK10 4TG, UK