Hi Jordan,

As a workaround you can label just the CA's (so this doesn't answer your question exactly, but might be usefull):

label foo and n. CA, "foo"

Hope this helps,

2013/5/21 Jordan Willis <jwillis0720@gmail.com>

This should be straightforward,

Is it possible to label selections by their name?

If I have a selection named "foo" and I say label foo, "foo", it of course labels all the atoms. Is it possible to get one label for the entire selection without using pseudoatoms?


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