Thanks a lot. I am using windows 7 and windows 10. It's obviously no big
deal, just a minor annoyance ;-)
On 1 February 2018 at 11:57, Thomas Holder <thomas.hol...@schrodinger.com>
> Hi Gary,
> Which operating system do you use?
> PyMOL 1.x was hard coded to place the window in the upper left corner of
> the screen. PyMOL 2.x leaves window placement up to the operating system
> (window manager). E.g. KDE on Linux places the window in the least occupied
> screen area (my favorite), MacOS always puts it in the center of the screen.
> If you're launching from the command line, you could also specify width
> and height like this, which is applied before the window manager places the
> pymol -W 1350 -H 950
> PyMOL 2.1 will bring back the "window" command (it's non-functional in
> 2.0), which hopefully will resolve the issue for you. It will allow you to
> fit the window back onto the screen after resizing.
> # pymolrc:
> cmd.viewport(1350, 950)
> A pre-release build of PyMOL 2.1 is available here:
> > On Jan 31, 2018, at 9:58 AM, Gary Hunter <gary.hun...@um.edu.mt> wrote:
> > My pymolrc file contains a line: viewport 1350,950
> > which nicely fills my screen when I start pymol 1.8. However in pymol2
> the screen has the correct dimensions but the whole thing is offest to the
> right and down. What should be the top left corner of the window is placed
> about a quarter of the way from the left hand side and about one sixth of
> the way down from the top.
> > Is it a bug or is there a new viewport command?
> > --
> > Prof. Gary J. Hunter,
> > Laboratory of Biochemistry and Protein Science,
> > Department of Physiology and Biochemistry,
> > University of Malta, Msida, MSD 2080, Malta.
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> > http://www.um.edu.mt/ms/physbiochem
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