Luca Jovine wrote:
> 1) Is there any typed command one can use to color a selection by atom
> type (rather than manually doing so by using the internal GUI pop-up menus)?
The "util" module contains a number of functions that color the atoms
according to type, with different colors for the C atoms. For instance,
in a .pml script will color object "three" by atom type, with the carbon
atoms in yellow ("color by atom yellow").
Other functions from ../modules/pymol/util.py are cbag, cbac, cbas,
cbap, cbak, cbaw and cbab (grey (carbon), cyan, salmon, purple, pink,
white (hydrogen) and slate).
Brussels Free University
> Luca Jovine wrote:
>> 3) And finally, how do people who use PyMol on Mac OSX cope with the mouse
>> issue? Is any of you using a 3-button mouse, and, if so, which one?
A simple logitech wheel optical mouse works wonderfully with PyMol on MacOS
MacOS X has basic built-in drivers for multi-button mice.
It supports the 3 buttons + the wheel. I'm still wondering why Apple is not
selling multi-button mice with their computers...
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