cp /usr/local/midas/resource/midas/Midas.ad /usr/lib/X11/app-defaults/Midas
chemical/x-pdb; midas -D %s image/x-pdb; midas -D %sto one's $HOME/.mailcap would allow both World Wide Web viewers, such as Mosaic, and MediaMail to view PDB files. Also see the documentation for ``mailcap.''
The -D options is not needed for the OpenGL nor the NeXT versions of Midas.
pdbrun conect cat > bs_input_file_namealternatively, the bs output could be directly printed from MidasPlus, like so:
pdbrun conect bs bs_arguments | lpr -Pprinter_name
chmod o+r /usr/local/midas/resource/command.mmc
If the above setenv command is placed in the file /etc/cshrc, it will take effect for every user of the system.
print "open obj $tempf\n";should be changed to:
print "open original obj $tempf\n";
pdbrun conect surface /usr/local/midas/bin/neon | sed 's/\\*\\*\\*\\*\\*/00000/' | /usr/local/midas/bin/conicYou may be able the omit the "/usr/local/midas/bin/"s in the above and have it still work. If you would normally supply options to the neon command, add them to the end of the above command.
show /vis za<5The above command will undisplay any atoms more than 5 angstroms from atoms currently visible in the view window. It is desirable to keep the atoms within 5 angstroms so that neon will correctly image bonds that go off the side of the view. Also, see the previous bullet item for a related problem with large systems.