[Chimera-users] coloring individual segments of a protein
gregc at cgl.ucsf.edu
Tue Apr 21 15:24:35 PDT 2015
To get a different resolution than 72 dpi, you need to turn on the "Use
print units" option in the Save Image dialog, and set the "Print
resolution" and pick the image width and height. Or you can use a
program like Adobe PhotoShop or GIMP to edit the DPI if you already have
an image that you like.
On 04/21/2015 03:01 PM, A G Szabo wrote:
> Thanks for your reply
> I had just sent Elaine another question that perhaps you might be able to
> I am currently writing a book and the editor would like the protein
> structure images saved with at 300 dpi. When I saved an image of
> Ribonuclease, PDB 5RSA, both as a png file and a Jpeg file the editor
> indicated that the resolution was not sufficient and was only 72 dpi.
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