Dear Wannier90 users I have computed MLWF for a certain cell, projected onto 
some atoms. These atoms are inside the cell and at the border of the cell (say 
at (1/2,1/2,0) one and (0,1/2,0) the other). I want to represent the combined 
orbitals, mainly for illusrative purposes (producing explanatory images), but 
also to check the overlap along the two directions. However, I get the orbital 
of one always at the origin. Is there a trick to represent it at its image site 
(e.g. editing the xsf file or asking VESTA to draw it at its image)? Thank you 
in advance for your help. Fabrizio Cossu Kangwon National University department 
of physics Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do, Republic of Korea
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