Okay, I think I'm getting real close to having this working
(Mac G4 AlBook, OSX 10.3.5, Apple X11, X11PyMOL 0.97)
Here's my simple-minded approach so far, to get electrostatics in PyMOL
instead of the Honig Lab's online GRASS setup (which is also good).
1) maloc and apbs have been
On Sep 2, 2004, at 2:03 PM, Alex W. Smith wrote:
I followed the directions for installing from source and used Bill
Scott's tweak (both links below). Everything seems to be running
fine. I am a bit short of memory using my Al G4PB, but everything
configured and complied with no
this currently possible in PyMOL to do what is pictured in the link
--Michael Bovee, Ph.D.
Dept. of Biochemistry
University of Vermont
Hi,I'm running MacPyMOL 0.95 on a G3 Lombard/BronzeKeyboard
Powerbook, OSX 10.2.8.
The ref manual says to measure distances you can ctrl-shift left, and
then right click to select the positions to measure. I can ctrl-shift
left click to select the first atom, but ctrl-shift right click doesnt
On Tuesday, February 17, 2004, at 02:57 PM, ALEX DAJKOVIC wrote:
i am new to pymol and am trying to figure out how to differentially
color different chains (i.e. different proteins) in the structure i am
viewing. the structure i am working with is actually a structure of
Trying to make myself a desk copy of the user manual is proving to be a
I can print the text of the table of contents, but anything with screen
shot graphics never prints from our new HP2300 (48MB of memory). The
refman pdf printed fine, but this userman pdf file seems
I have loaded 3 pdb files of homologous forms of an enzyme. The 'fit'
command works for superimposing/aligning two of them, but the third
file always gives a No Atoms Selected error. Is there something in the
pdb file I can fix? As a general rule now, I Hide Everything at first
that reside on 'strand' regions appear
to float in midair and do not connect to the strand backbone. Anyone
else seen this behaviour?
University of Vermont
Friday, November 7, 2003, 8:50:13 AM, you wrote:
MB ...I built a model of my protein of interest using 'set
cartoon_fancy_helices,1'...but sidechains of MBamino acids that
reside on 'strand' regions appear to float in midair and do not
connect to the strand MBbackbone...
On Friday, November
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