[Chimera-users] rna and set shadows commands
pythonchemia at gazeta.pl
Thu Jan 16 10:11:04 PST 2014
Dear Elaine Meng
Thank you very much for your help. I have Chimere in alpha version and RNA /
DNA Build Structure works.I Experiment with the rna duplex command.
I'm sorry that I addressed questions to you - I did it automatically.
In the future, I'll send questions to chimera-users at cgl.ucsf.edu
Sincerely, Janusz Grabowsk
2014/1/9 Elaine Meng <meng at cgl.ucsf.edu>
> On Jan 9, 2014, at 12:07 PM, "pythonchemia Gazeta.pl" <
> pythonchemia at gazeta.pl> wrote:
> > Hello Elaine C. Meng
> > Thank you very much for your reply and sorry that I answer only now.
> > When it comes to command rna path and rna model your tips helped me. :)
> > Although I do not know how to define the path for the command operations
> rna duplex. : (
> > Unfortunately for me the system WinXP / Chimera 1.8 - 32bit shadows set
> command does not work. : (
> > Chimera returns this message:
> > - Unable to turn on shadows (shadows not supported)
> > After opening the Chimera Reply log returns this message:
> > Disabled programs because the GPU and graphics driver bug
> > you encountered while compiling a vertex shader.
> > -------------------------------------------------- -----------
> > Maybe my graphics card is inappropriate?
> > The User's Guide about the Build Structure writes that the helical DNA /
> RNA (not yet Implemented )
> > and this option is disabled.
> > Sincerely, Janusz Grabowski
> Hi Janusz,
> The message suggests your computer can't do the shadows. It might help to
> update your graphics driver, but I don't know for certain. However, other
> "set" options should work, for example:
> set bgColor white
> As mentioned in the "rna duplex" description, the path file is created
> using the command "rna path":
> Also, as mentioned in an earlier message you have to get a daily build
> (version 1.9), also available from our download page, to use the "helical
> DNA/RNA" option in Build Structure.
> It is recommended to send chimera questions to chimera-users at cgl.ucsf.eduinstead of to me directly.
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