Hi Gudrun,

> But the mesh is black afterwards and not anymore blue.

You may want to check your light position, or try a slighter blue.

> Is there a chance to keep the color and have less dominant lines for the mesh?

I'm not artistically skilled enough to know about less dominant lines, 
but the mesh_width setting can be used to make thinner (or thicker) lines.

> Is there a chance to view the object in question for example in the XY, YZ 
> plane? Are there somewhere easy rotation matrix available?
> I tried to bring my object manually into the YZ plane view, for example, but 
> it works only halfhearted. 
> It would be nice to be able to tell pymol in a very easy way which view I 
> would like to see the object.

The turn/rotate commands can be used fairly easily for 90 degree turns; 
but I'm not sure if that's what you're asking about.


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