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Re: [ccp4bb] ccp4mg - Changing colour intensity for electrostatic surface

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Subject: Re: ccp4mg - Changing colour intensity for electrostatic surface
From: Liz Potterton liz {- dot -} potterton {- at -} YORK {- dot -} AC {- dot -} UK
Date: 2012-03-07

Klaus,

Yes.. in the Preferences window, in the Surfaces folder is 'Electrostatic potential' option which allows you to change colours.

Liz


Please note new email address:
Liz Potterton
liz.potterton@york.ac.uk



On 7 Mar 2012, at 10:16, Klaus Fütterer wrote:

> Dear CCP4BB readers,
>
> Does someone know a way to change the intensities of red/blue on electrostatic surface diagrams in CCP4MG as used to be possible in GRASP?
>
> Klaus
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