H1 is not listed as an AMBER atom type in that reference I used. Nor H4 H5 HP

OK, so I've added those from the JACS paper.

See http://chemapps.stolaf.edu/jmol/docs/examples-11/Jmol-11.zip

Those pink H atoms should be gone.

Bob
 

On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 2:43 PM, FyD <fyd@q4md-forcefieldtools.org> wrote:
Dear Bob,

> This is done. Jmol 11.7.6 will display all mol2 atom types as found in the
> file and map correctly (so I claim!) atom types to element symbols for the
> following force fields:
> AMBER, GAFF, ESFF, CFF91, CHARMM, COMPASS, CVFF, CVFF_aug, PCFF

This is great... Thanks a lot !

> as described in
> http://www.chem.cmu.edu/courses/09-560/docs/msi/ffbsim/B_AtomTypes.html

As you saw Accelrys Inc. uses the Tripos mol2 file format for their
own FFs: CVFF, CFF etc... as people from AMBER.

I started to use the version you provide @
http://chemapps.stolaf.edu/jmol/docs/examples-11/Jmol-11.zip

A test is available @
http://q4md-forcefieldtools.org/RED/index-test.php

It looks like the hydrogens are pink:
  1 C1          1.352237   -0.856933    0.225852 CT    1 DMSO      -0.2897
  2 H11         1.336243   -1.843530   -0.221408 H1    1 DMSO       0.1284
  3 H12         1.276947   -0.923392    1.304085 H1    1 DMSO       0.1284
  4 H13         2.275139   -0.356278   -0.035153 H1    1 DMSO       0.1284
  5 S2         -0.000004    0.136959   -0.414455 S     1 DMSO       0.3177
  6 O3         -0.000040    1.405694    0.357557 O     1 DMSO      -0.5085
  7 C4         -1.352189   -0.857006    0.225851 CT    1 DMSO      -0.2897
  8 H41        -2.275117   -0.356396   -0.035149 H1    1 DMSO       0.1284
  9 H42        -1.336143   -1.843599   -0.221415 H1    1 DMSO       0.1284
 10 H43        -1.276895   -0.923466    1.304085 H1    1 DMSO       0.1284

regards, Francois



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