User talk:Tom Gluick

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Dear Tom: I sent you two emails to gluick AT umbc DOT edu -- If you didn't get them, please let me know at - Eric Martz

Welcome to Proteopedia! We hope you will contribute much and well. You will probably want to read the help pages. Again, welcome and have fun! Eran Hodis 09:51, 18 August 2008 (IDT)


More than one 3d applet on a page

Dear Tom,

Did you know that you can put more than one 3d applet on a page? Green links will affect the 3d applet directly above them.

Best,Eran Hodis 16:56, 25 August 2008 (IDT)

Zooming in Jmol without the console

Hi Tom,

To zoom in Jmol without using the console, hold shift as you left click on the molecule and move your mouse toward you or away from you ("up and down"). It's the same as rotating the molecule by dragging it with your mouse, except you hold down shift as you do it. These and other actions you can perform in Jmol with your mouse are mentioned in the Scene Authoring Tools "how to" tab, under the section "Jmol and your mouse".

Best, Eran Hodis 00:44, 12 October 2008 (IST)

Student Contributions

My instinct is that it is best to leave the contributions where they are (seems to be no point in deleting them since they are on User pages). The good contributions can be copy and pasted (and further polished) into a page on GS in Proteopedia. The page you plan on creating as a critique of the project can then choose to either link to good and bad examples of student pages, or quote directly from them, or you can copy and paste those examples into subpages of your user page if you so wish. It's up to you, but as far as deleting the student contributions, I'd leave them up since they are on User pages and not "Articles".

Eran Hodis 02:27, 24 December 2008 (IST)

surface colorings

Hi Tom,

Just gave it a go. Did you find that you could not change the color of the surface representation at all? This is what I experienced. Let me know and then I'll make a stab at fixing it so that the coloring works. Also the surface representation is slow to load. I might consider precalculating the surface representations for every PDB file and saving them on the server to decrease loading time.

Best, Eran Hodis 19:15, 27 December 2008 (IST)

They usually just say Hag Sameach, which means happy holiday. Now that I think about it, for most all of the holidays, its not very specific, just Hag Sameach! (Hope you had a Merry Christmas and soon to be Happy New Year!) Eran Hodis 00:26, 28 December 2008 (IST)

Loading a scene from a different page

Hi Tom,

In answer to your question, of course! Just specify a different page name in the "load scene" tab. Each scene is attributed to the page in which it was saved, and you can access the scenes of any page by just changing the page name in the "load scene" tab, which is set to the current page by default. Best, Eran Hodis 23:46, 18 January 2009 (IST)

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