[Chimera-users] MultiScale.color_surfaces_to_match_atoms() and MultiScale mesh resolution ???

Darrell Hurt darrellh at niaid.nih.gov
Wed Aug 20 07:46:16 PDT 2008

Hi there,

I¹m trying to use the command MultiScale.color_surfaces_to_match_atoms(). I
want to point out a mutation on the surface of a virus. I can color the
atoms correctly, but I can¹t figure out how to apply that color to the
MultiScale low-resolution surface. Any hints on how to use this command?

Also, how can I increase the mesh resolution on MultiScale surfaces for
input for 3D printing?



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