I am using PyMol to visualize .pdb protein structures. I show/hide representation a lot, and sometimes I get confused with what representations are currently displayed. So I end up with doing a lot ...
By default, pymol seems to grab the number of cores on the system for rendering. How can I force it to only use one core? Motivation: I have a large collection ...
I have a few protein models I want to take pictures of with various ligands bound. It would be nice if I could do it from the same "position", but the only way I can figure out to repeat the same ...