If none suggests a solution in PyMOL ten use sscache.tcl script in VMD to update the SS at every frame.


On 24 April 2013 17:31, Jianghai Zhu <jzhu@idi.harvard.edu> wrote:

I have a trajectory file, in which two short helices would merge into one long helix.  However, when I play the trajectory in Pymol as cartoon, the long helix would still be shown as two helices with a loop in between.  Is there a way to force Pymol to show a long helix for a specific range of frames in a trajectory? Thanks a lot.


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