Hi Jason,

thanks for the reply. I was assuming that the load function works something like this:

def load():

I take it from your comments that what I called "create_bonds()" is not directly accessible? Or possibly not all contained in one function call?


On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 21:43, Jason Vertrees <jason.vertrees@schrodinger.com> wrote:

You can manually create/delete bonds using PyMOL builder (click the
"builder" button in the upper control window).  The command to create
a bond is "bond," but you really don't want to poke around the
internal code for bonds.  Feel free, but consider yourself warned.


-- Jason

On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 11:21 AM, Nicolas Bock <nicolasbock@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello list,
> when I load an xyz file, pymol somehow manages to add bonds to the atoms.
> What function does that? Can I directly call that function to recalculate
> the bonds?
> nick
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