DESCRIPTION "translate" can be used to translate the atomic coordinates of a molecular object. Behavior differs depending on whether or not the "object" parameter is specified. If object is None, then translate translates atomic coordinates according to the vector provided for the selection and in the state provided. All representation geometries will need to be regenerated to reflect the new atomic coordinates. If object is set to an object name, then selection and state are ignored and instead of translating the atomic coordinates, the object's overall representation display matrix is modified. This option is for use in animations only. The "camera" option controls whether the camera or the model's axes are used to interpret the translation vector. USAGE translate vector [,selection [,state [,camera [,object ]]]] PYMOL API cmd.translate(list vector, string selection = "all", int state = 0, int camera = 1, string object = None) EXAMPLES translate [1,0,0], name ca NOTES if state = 0, then only visible state(s) are affected. if state = -1, then all states are affected.
This seems like a pain, probably a better option somewhere, not sure? Hope this hopes.
----- Original Message -----From: Orla O'SullivanSent: Thursday, April 20, 2006 6:56 AMSubject: [PyMOL] (no subject)
This probably a very stupid question but its driving me mad. I have produced two Raster 3D scences using molscript and have loaded them into pymol.
What I want to do is to be able to move them on screen independent of each other. Is this possible?
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