Hi Greg,

> There's an illustration of the representation here:
> http://rdkit.org/docs/RDKit_Book.html#representation-of-pharmacophore-fingerprints
> Some discussion in the code of the terminology used:
> https://github.com/rdkit/rdkit/blob/master/rdkit/Chem/Pharm2D/Generate.py#L11
> and an illustration of the way the distances are defined:
> https://github.com/rdkit/rdkit/blob/master/Docs/Code/Chem/Pharm2D.triangles.jpg

thank you, but I found these myself, I was looking for something more 
thorough, since the code isn't quite self-explanatory.

> It's been a while since I really looked at that code, but I don'd think
> there's really any reason why support for more than 3 features couldn't
> be enabled.

So far, I've found this line
which might be the problem when using n >= 4, but I have absolutely no 
idea, why is it there. Any suggestions?

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