Information about the objectives in this puzzle. (All objectives give +1000 points when fully satisfied.)
Most objectives have a "Show" button which should highlight areas of concern in red. (Even when fully satisfied, objectives may highlight groups which may eventually contribute.)
Guessing from your view settings, making bonds from the ligand to the protein is not important?
I guess the sheet bonds will take care of it.
there's the serine you mentioned. Duh.
In case it's still unclear, the Objective should pick up the hydrogen bond between the serine sidechain to the ligand. (There's some existing hydrogen bonds between that serine and other protein residues, but the bonus should be specific to forming a new hydrogen bond to that serine sidechain.)
To locate the serine, you can click the "Show" of the HBond objective. That should label the sidechain hydroxyl which needs the hbond with a red glow. (Look at the bottom middle of the pocket.)
Adding a nitrogen in close proximity to the protein bound imidazole causes the client to crash and disappear.
Windows 10. Crash repeated.
If you could share with scientists the particular structure which causes the crash, that would help. (It's often the details about the particular structure you generated which results in issues.)
This structure has been uploaded.
The tertiary methyl group on the left side has a methyl proximate to the imidazole. Substituting the right and downward hydrogen with nitrogen gives a crash on my system.
Very crashy again. 3 or 4 times already this morning. Hard to work this way. Will allow one more crash and then done with 2068. Sorry can't find log since running multiple clients.
(It would be nice to run separate logs for each client. )