[PyMOL] Ray Tracing Crash

2004-01-20 Thread Morri Feldman
I am running pymol .93. When I try to ray trace a scene, the gui shows a white status bar that moves halfway across the screen and then freezes. After this the GUI is frozen and must be killed. No error messages are shown. The computer is running RedHat 9 and has 4 processors. Has anyone else

Re: [PyMOL] Ray Tracing Crash

2004-01-20 Thread Matt Franklin
Morri Feldman wrote: I am running pymol .93. When I try to ray trace a scene, the gui shows a white status bar that moves halfway across the screen and then freezes. After this the GUI is frozen and must be killed. No error messages are shown. The computer is running RedHat 9 and has 4

RE: [PyMOL] Ray Tracing Crash

2004-01-20 Thread Warren L. DeLano
Morri, (First, thanks Matt for the great diagnostic advice!) This sounds to me like a potential threading deadlock, possible due to the broken threading in RedHat 9. Are you using the stock version or have you patched glibc? If you haven't patched your RedHat 9, then

[PyMOL] controlling atom sphere radii

2004-01-20 Thread rbaxter
Dear All, I have some residues shown as sticks and a heteroatom shown as a sphere. I woul dlike to make the sphere a little smaller compared to the sticks. How can I control the radius of the sphere? Any help appreciated, snippet of script below, Richard Baxter select pocket3=((s;RCVL and

Re: [PyMOL] controlling atom sphere radii

2004-01-20 Thread Michael George Lerner
to make all spheres smaller, try something like this: set sphere_scale, 0.3 play around with the 0.3 bit to get the size you want. last time i checked, you could only have one sphere_scale per object, so if you want different sized spheres in the same picture (i don't think you do), you may