7.5 Color settings
Thanks to this dialog box that can be visualized selecting View Color Settings, it's possible to change some interesting color parameters for a nice view.
7.5.1 Background settings
Clicking the Background color
box, you can change the background color. As a possible application
of this feature, you can change the background color from black to white
in order to make an hard copy of the screen. Changing Logo gadget, you
can superimpose the VEGA ZZ logo on the screen, placing at Top left, Top center, Top right, Center
left, Centered, Center right, Bottom left, Bottom
center and Bottom right of the workspace.
Vertex;Red;Green;Blue 1;0;0;128 2;0;0;128 3;0;0;128 4;0;0;128 5;0;0;0 6;0;0;0 7;0;0;0 8;0;0;0
All these files The landscape can be adjusted in the scene changing the position (X offset and Y offset) and the orientation (X rotation, Y rotation and Z rotation). When you click the dot buttons, the parameters are reverted to default.
7.5.2 Atom settings
In this tab, you can change the color scheme used when you select View Color By atom in the main menu. It's also possible to change the color of the generic atom labels and of the unknown potential labels (see Labels box). Clicking Default, all colors are reverted to default.
7.5.3 Residue settings
In Residues tab, you can change the color scheme used when you select View Color By residue in the main menu. Clicking Default, the color scheme is reverted to default.
7.5.4 Monitor settings
In Monitor tab, you can set the color and the transparency (0 = full transparent, 255 = full opaque) of the monitors shown when you measure angles, bumps, distances, torsions and angles between two planes. Clicking Default, the colors and the transparencies are reverted to default.
7.5.5 Other settings
|In this tab, you can change the color of the H-bond acceptors, H-bond donors and non H-bond involved atoms. Moreover, you can change the color of flexible and rigid bonds.|