From: Paul Melis <p.melis@ru...> - 2006-09-04 11:48:59
Am I right in assuming that pymol does lazy opengl rendering, i.e. not
updating the main 3D view and performing a swapbuffers after a small
period of time following the last keyboard/mouse event?
I'm having trouble getting pymol to run on a 3-projector cylindrical
screen setup using chromium. The image turns to black a few seconds
after the last mouse action, when doing something with mouse in this
state (i.e. rotating the model) the screen is updated again. Also, with
quad-buffered stereo (which is faked by chromium) the left/right swap
seems to go missing after about the same period of time. Once again,
performing a mouse action revives pymol.
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