I'm making figures with hydrogen bonds and I've found that easiest way to
do it is to select two atoms, measure the distance between the two, and
then to hide the label and recolor the dashed lines grey. However, if I do
this in a script, each time I run the script the numbers assigned to the
"dist" objects continue to get incremented. So, if a line in a script is
"color grey, dist01" that command won't work the second time I run the
script. Is there a way to force the counter back to "01"?
Also, since I want all the dashes to be the same color, I've tried "color
grey, dist*" but PyMol won't accept the wildcard in this context.
On the topic of wildcards, does PyMol accept them in atom selections? When
I've tried to do things like:
color red, */O*
it doesn't work -- no error, just no selection.
I'm using PyMol 0.82 under XP. Thanks for an help.
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