I think you are also ray traycing the "nonbonded" representation
of the atoms as well as the "nb_spheres".
hide nonbonded, (selection that contains your "knobed" atoms)
and then ray traycing again.
On Thu, 10 Apr 2003, Reiko Kagawa wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> When I ray-trace my ball-and-stick models, some knobs suddenly appear
> on a sphere that is sitting alone, not bonded to anything in the
> figure, hence turning into a shape that can no longer be called a
> perfect sphere! This was seen in all ball-and-stick models I produced
> and ray-traced, but normally happens to only one of the spheres in each
> figure even if there are more than one spheres that are sitting alone.
> Has anybody experienced this? It would be great if somebody could tell
> me how to get my perfect spheres back!
> Reiko Kagawa
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