That's right. I agree that it's sometime useful to know where you came from.

To make a copy of the copy of the current molecule, you can just use Ctrl-C. Set the original to non-Active and edit the copy.

Paul.


On 18/06/2022 08:19, Eleanor Dodson wrote:
I cat answer th. coot behavior, but if you read in the coordinates twice, then refine molecule 0 say the old structure will be displayed as well as the refined version..
Eleanor

On Fri, 17 Jun 2022 at 21:34, Biertuempfel, Christian (NIH/NHLBI) [E] <00007fb73c55f9c4-dmarc-requ...@jiscmail.ac.uk> wrote:


    Dear all,
    Is there a way to show the previous/old conformation of the active
    zone during real-space refinement in coot?
    I am using 0.9.6 at the moment, and in previous versions this was
    default - I do not know when it changed. The old
    zone/chain/residue was shown in a different color during
    refinement. Can I switch this feature on somewhere?

    Cheers,
    christian


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