I cannot comment on the installation/hardware problems. But I can give
you a hint on how to 'invert polarisation': Switch the stereo sides. In
pythonic Coot use:
For convenience a while back I made a 'zalman stereo toggle' toolbutton
together with a 'switch sides' toolbuttons. You can access them (in a
python enabled Coot) by right click on the main toolbar (besides the
'Display Manager' etc) and then manage your toolbuttons.
Hope this helps,
> Dear all,
> we recently purchased a couple of Zalman monitors. While on machines with an
> NVIDIA Quadro FX580 (Debian Stable), installation was simply plug-and-play, one
> machine with a NVIDIA Quadro FX1700 (Debian Testing) the sense of rotation by
> dragging the mouse is inverted: while moving the mouse down, the front face of
> molecular and map seem to move up.
> The effect is inverted and corrected by flipping the glasses, i.e. by using the
> left-eye glass on the right eye and vice versa.
> The effect is also corrected by dragging the window to its maximum size instead
> of using the maximising button. And according to the user it is even
> structure-dependent, i.e., with some PDB-/ MTZ-files it works correctly, with
> others it works invertedly.
> Some wikis on the web describe the solution by moving the window by a pixel. Is
> there by now a way to automatically invert the polarisation state so that one
> can use the maximised window?