[Chimera-users] assistance changing pseudobond appearance
meng at cgl.ucsf.edu
Mon May 1 10:44:07 PDT 2017
You do not need to change color for “Pseudobond group” if changing the “Pseudobond” color already shows what you want in the main window. The individual color overrides the group color.
Closing the Selection Inspector should not have any effect on what is shown in the main window. It sounds like a rendering problem on your computer, such as needing to update the graphics driver or install a better graphics driver. You could try clearing the selection (e.g. Ctrl-click in empty space) and seeing if that makes the line reappear. If you saved the session you could try restoring it and seeing if your line reappears. Then if you have to change the line again, just try clearing the selection before closing the Selection Inspector to see if that makes it behave any better. However, you did not do anything wrong and the problem is not within Chimera… this would just be playing around to try to avoid the mysterious behavior. I don’t have any definitive answer, not knowing the specific cause, sorry.
Elaine C. Meng, Ph.D.
UCSF Computer Graphics Lab (Chimera team) and Babbitt Lab
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
University of California, San Francisco
> On May 1, 2017, at 10:15 AM, Arthur Szabo <agszabo at outlook.com> wrote:
> My response on Friday was probably premature.
> I followed your instructions and I appeared to have been able to highlight (select) the dashed line that represented the disordered residues. In the Selection Inspector with Pseudobond in the Inspect window, I turned the "halfbond" mode to "off" and double clicked on color, and selected a color "red".
> I then used the pulldown menu and selected Inspect Pseudobond group. The color was not what I selected previously so I reselected the color red in that square. I changed the width to 3.0. The width and color within the green selection envelope appears to be correct.
> Now the problem: Which button do I select on the bottom of that Selection Inspector window. If I click on "close" then the dashed line disappears. Strangely if I rotate the image I can sometimes see it , but it is very hard to set the rotational position where the dashed line is visible.
> Alternately if I go to select on the main menu, and click on clear selection the dashed line totally disappears.
> So I appear to be stuck. Not sure if clicking on "close" on the Selection Inspector was the right thing to do.
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