Move tool broken on 670

Case number:699969-994397
Opened by:karstenw
Opened on:Thursday, January 24, 2013 - 15:38
Last modified:Thursday, January 31, 2013 - 00:26

I have been doing some handwork and i was going to rotate the protein using the move tool. Instead of rotating the active protein, one of the inactive proteins would rotate around the active one like it was in orbit. All the other proteins remained stationary, including the active protein. I didn't shake or wiggle. I simply hit undo until i was back to a previous time before the glitch occurred. I will let you know if that track becomes asymmetrical.

(Thu, 01/24/2013 - 15:38  |  1 comment)

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Thanks for reporting this. There seem to be cases where the symmetry visuals stop updating so the protein no longer looks symmetric. If you had done a wiggle, it should have fixed the issue. We will investigate further if we can find the cause of the problem.

If it happens again, could you save your solution before doing anything else and share it with yourself? Then just let us know the solution name and we can try to figure out what happened.


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