Odd graphics quirk, possibly

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StephenYavorsky

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Message 36230 - Posted: 7 Feb 2007, 2:41:33 UTC

With Rosetta 5.45 and the BOINC manager 5.8.8, I've noticed that if I want to move a protein around I can click either on the (A)"Searching_all_atoms" panel or the (B)"Accepted" panel and I can manipulate the protein orientation. BUT the moment I click on the smaller (C)"Low Energy" or (D)"Native" panels, I can no longer manipulate the first two (nor the latter two). Oddly, I can still manipulate the "Accepted" panel by clicking on the far left of the "Searching_all_atoms" panel, but can not manipulate the "Searching, etc.." panel at all.
However, if I maximize the Rosetta window, then I can manipulate (B), (C), and (D) but not (A). So, there seems to be a quirk there to be noted.
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Message 36252 - Posted: 7 Feb 2007, 17:23:49 UTC - in response to Message 36230.  

When the window is NOT maxmimized, we have seen the similiar problem as you decribed -- "low" and "native" boxes are not rotatable.

But when the window is maximized, I can, at least on our local window computers, to rotate all the four boxes without problem.

With Rosetta 5.45 and the BOINC manager 5.8.8, I've noticed that if I want to move a protein around I can click either on the (A)"Searching_all_atoms" panel or the (B)"Accepted" panel and I can manipulate the protein orientation. BUT the moment I click on the smaller (C)"Low Energy" or (D)"Native" panels, I can no longer manipulate the first two (nor the latter two). Oddly, I can still manipulate the "Accepted" panel by clicking on the far left of the "Searching_all_atoms" panel, but can not manipulate the "Searching, etc.." panel at all.
However, if I maximize the Rosetta window, then I can manipulate (B), (C), and (D) but not (A). So, there seems to be a quirk there to be noted.


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Message 36264 - Posted: 7 Feb 2007, 22:15:02 UTC

Stephen:
In case it helps pinpoint the problem - could you track down the brand and model of your video card, chipset on the video card, amount of ram on the card, version of the device driver for the video card, resolution being used, (800x600, 1280x1024, etc), version of Direct X on the system?
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