From: Jason Maynes <jason@bi...> - 2002-08-15 00:12:09
Okay, I got the surface from Grasp read in by ungrasping it in
Raster3d. Now the read in surface loses its electrostatic potential
colouring - is there any way to fix this?
Jason Thomas Maynes
Faculty of Medicine
University of Alberta
I would like to make an arbitrary surface (e.g. built up from triangles
or squares) and visualise it together with my molecule. I have succeeded
adapting one of the examples into displaying some triangles as compiled
graphics objects. However, now commands like transparency do not apply
to the objects. The menus do not let me change colors either.
I presume pymol doesn't regard these triangles as "surfaces". Is there
any way to make compiled graphics object transparent? Or to create
surfaces in another way than using cgo's?
Dr. David van der Spoel, Biomedical center, Dept. of Biochemistry
Husargatan 3, Box 576, 75123 Uppsala, Sweden
phone: 46 18 471 4205 fax: 46 18 511 755
spoel@... spoel@... http://zorn.bmc.uu.se/~spoel
If I have two chains in a structure how can i draw a surface on each
chain separately (as though the other chain did not exist).
currently i have to separate the structure file into two different files
with a chain each and read them both and draw teh surface on each.
From: Andrea Spitaleri <andrea.spitaleri@gm...> - 2006-03-28 13:46:17
I think you should select the chain A and then create the object for
this selection. Then you can manipulate as standalone object.
select A, chain A
create A_obj, A
I hope this help
2006/3/28, Chandra <chandra@...>:
> If I have two chains in a structure how can i draw a surface on each
> chain separately (as though the other chain did not exist).
> currently i have to separate the structure file into two different files
> with a chain each and read them both and draw teh surface on each.
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