Got it, thanks. Just as I thought, it is something obvious I was
missing. Worthy of rtfm comment, or its modern avatar, lmgtfy. I could
try to get out of this embarrassment by claiming that the little arrow
is obscure, but then I have found it right away once started looking.
On Fri, 2013-03-15 at 18:30 +0000, Paul Emsley wrote:
> On 15/03/13 16:39, Ed Pozharski wrote:
> > Say I have 5bp long stretch of double helix DNA that I want to dock into
> > the density manually. Rotate/translate zone does not work, presumably
> > because the fragment is made of two chains. I can get around this by
> > renumbering one of the strands and then renaming it all as one chain,
> > but boy this is an ugly workaround. I suspect I am missing something
> > simple - is there an option to, say, move the whole molecule or a zone
> > that spans multiple chains?
> I would use
> Rotate/Translate -> By Molecule...
> (the arrow is a toolbar togglebutton menu extension)
> Does that help?
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