Unfortunately, PyMOL molecular editing features are not really =
documented yet. =20
You can move entire object independently using the "MovF" and "RotF" =
mouse actions. With the normal three-button mouse configuration in =
Editing Mode, that would be shift-middle-click and shift-left-click, =
respectively. You can change the origin of rotation with the "Orig" =
action, control-shift-middle click.
By the way, Be sure that no atoms are "picked" before attempting this. =
If the pick selections (pk1, pkfrag1, ...) are present, then you will =
end up only moving pieces of the picked molecule. You can can first =
ctrl-middle click away from any atom to unpick.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jules Jacobsen [mailto:jobj2@...]
> Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 6:39 AM
> To: pymol-users@...
> Subject: [PyMOL] manual docking of multiple molecules and DNA=20
> Does anyone know of a way to dock (read move independantly)=20
> two or more
> molecules in one window? I am aware of the rotate and=20
> translate commands
> but these are really not quick or easy to use. If there isn't=20
> any way of
> doing this can i then add this to a wish list of functions for future
> releases. This would be especially good if it could work in=20
> with the sculpting wizard. Also is there any way of adding=20
> DNA/RNA bases
> to the fragment library?
> thanks in advance
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