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The numpy zip file provided in the Windows section unzips with fatal errors.


And the instructions to download NumpPy from sourceforge and install the folder into the /PyMol/modules/ folder result in an error when numpy is called (numpy shouldn't be called outside the source folder - apparently it needs to be called from inside the folder?) [I used Numpy-1.2.1.tar.gz - maybe I need to use the superpack installer?] Jedgold 17:41, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
I have no idea why it unzips with errors for some users! I am able to download an unzip it just fine on my Windows Vista (32-bit) system... Did you try downloading by doing 'Right click > Save As' and then opening the file using a third-party program like 7-zip from ?? --shiven 18:47, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
I wrote Cealign, but didn't do the Win32 packages. If I need to I can re-tar the files and provide that to folks (still attributing) Shiven, of course. Tree 23:28, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

Disparity in description of first pair of figures

The atom count and rmsd value are different between the figure caption and the text in the preceding paragraph. This doesn't really have any effect on the message, but should be fixed by whomever posted the images.


Thanks Tree 17:54, 25 August 2009 (UTC)

Return the residues used in the alignment

Is it possible to have cealign or fit return the residue (or atom) induces that it used in the fitting? By default it does tell you how many it used, so you can make a scanning window of that size and iterate through the sequences with align until you get the same answer, but that is pretty annoying to do (in my opinion). If I want the induces it decided to use, how do I get those printed out? Baker1