[chimera-dev] [stevel at blake.3dem.bioch.bcm.tmc.edu: Re: Chimera at NCMI]

Thomas Goddard goddard at cgl.ucsf.EDU
Wed Dec 4 10:02:45 PST 2002

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Hi. I've got a dumb question, but I've been unable to find anything about 
it in the manual. Is there any way to interactively rotate/translate an 
individual model ?  ie - the sort of thing you might do for manual 
docking.  That is, I have two models loaded, or an isosurface and a model, 
and I  want to change the relative orientation of the two components. The 
closest thing I could find was in the Midas emulation, with the 'rock' 
and 'roll' commands. Am I missing something ?

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