Frank von Delft wrote:
> Hi, maybe it's fixed in pre-release, but in our version of coot (v0.5.2):
> When you load a monomer (e.g. NAP), and coot finds that
> "monomer-NAP.pdb" already exists in the working directory, it will
> simply load that file, rather than generating a new one.
> This is a profoundly evil bug:
It is a feature...
> to me, "load monomer" does not mean "load the next convenient file in
> the working directory", it means "load the monomer from the dictionary".
> (Just wasted a day or so trying to find out why my NAP won't
> real-space refine.... :)
:-( It does say that that is what it will do in the "Importing
Monomers" section of the manual.
Wasn't your "'suspicious' radar" tweaked by the fact the solution
appears instantly, rather than taking 30 seconds (for libcheck to run)?
Perhaps the status bar should say that it is loading pre-generated
files... (or something).