The lb and rb selections have changed in version 0.95.  Looks like the "new" 
way to do this is with pk1 and pk2.

Use ctrl-middle-click, or double-right-click to pick each atom.  The first atom 
you pick will be pk1, the second will be pk2, etc. (up to pk4).

You can then use ctrl-x to get the distance between pk1 and pk2, or ctrl-t to 
create a bond (or use the 'dist' or 'bond' commands).


-----Original Message-----
[]on Behalf Of Carina
Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2004 12:51 AM
To: Eksterowicz, John
Subject: Re: [PyMOL] picking atoms with latest version (0.95)

I had that problem this weekend too. I've found that ctrl right click
picks one atom
and shift right double click picks a second atom. That seems to work
for the 'dist' and 'bond' commands anyway!


On Mon, 12 Apr 2004, Eksterowicz, John wrote:

> I am using the latest version of Pymol and I cannot figure out how to
> pick more than one atom.
> In the past, ctrl-shft lb, picked the first atom, and ctrl-shft rb would
> pick a second atom.  But now, ctrl-shft rb brings up a pop-up menu.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> John
> John Eksterowicz
> Celera Genomics

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