[Chimera-users] hide dashed lines

Vijay S. Reddy reddyv at scripps.edu
Mon Dec 21 11:12:16 PST 2009

Thanks so much Elaine for the fast response, much appreciated. It 
worked like a charm. Happy Holidays.
- Vijay

>Hi Vijay,
>There are a few ways to hide these "missing segments" pseudobonds.
>Method 1: Ctrl-click to select one of the dashed lines, click 
>magnifying glass on lower right corner of Chimera window to open 
>Selection Inspector, Inspect "Pseudobond group," change "displayed" 
>to "false"
>Method 2: open PseudoBond Panel (under Tools... General Controls), 
>choose "missing segments" from the left side and click "hide" on the 
>right side
>Method 3: "setattr" command, e.g.: setattr g display false
>but that turns off all pseudobonds, not just missing segment.  You 
>could also use the setattr command to only undisplay certain 
>pseudobonds but that would require selecting or naming the endpoint 
>atoms in the command, so if you want to retain other pseudobonds the 
>first two methods will be easier.
>Elaine C. Meng, Ph.D.
>UCSF Computer Graphics Lab (Chimera team) and Babbitt Lab
>Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
>University of California, San Francisco
>On Dec 21, 2009, at 10:52 AM, Vijay S. Reddy wrote:
>>Hello, If the there is break in the structure, it is shown by 
>>dahsed lines in the Chimera, How can I hide them or turn them off. 
>>I am deliberately trying to show different regions that are not 
>>sequentially contiguous. Thanks very much,

Vijay S. Reddy, Ph.D.
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