What about the following commands:

select mystuff, resi 1-3 and m1
select otherstuff, resi 7-9 and m2

Cheers,

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On 9/5/2013 3:40 PM, Alessia Visconti wrote:
Dear pyMOL users,
I'm puzzled about how to solve an apparently simple task. 

I loaded on PyMOL two molecules (e.g., m1 and m2) and I wanted to select two different sets of atoms from each of them.
Let's say I want to select atoms [1,2,3] from m1 and and atoms [7,8,9] from m2.

I tried several combinations of "load" and "select", but no option worked.
The last selection is always applied to both molecules. I also Googled it, without any success.

Does anyone know if its possible to make a selection in isolation over a given molecule?
Any suggestion will be highly appreciated!

Thanks in advance,
Alessia


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