Rebuild moves entire protein on 787

Case number:699969-996030
Topic:General
Opened by:Susume
Status:Open
Type:Bug
Opened on:Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 02:56
Last modified:Monday, October 14, 2013 - 03:16

When rebuilding a cut or frozen-off portion of the protein, the whole protein moves. Shared with scientists as "787 rebuild error" - I have a cut at 101, and 105 is frozen. Try to rebuild either 102-104 or 106-108, and the entire protein moves - both sides of the cut and both sides of the freeze.

(Wed, 10/02/2013 - 02:56  |  4 comments)


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This has happened every single time Salmonella is posted.

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It also happens when tugging or local wiggling, if there is a cut anywhere in the protein. Regardless which part you tug on or wiggle from the right click menu, all segments numbered lower than the cut move. If there is a cut anywhere in the protein, rebuild, tugging, and local wiggling are useless. There is no tool left to move the ends of the cut closer before wiggling the whole protein. This is a major handicap if one actually wants to move some of the residues to new locations.

Win 7 64 devprev latest version.

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This is in our queue! Thanks for the report. We're on it.

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Just wanted to let you know that we believe that we have finally tracked down this very annoying bug, and the fix should be in the next devprev update (which will be posted very soon).

Thank you to everyone who helped us pinpoint this frustrating issue, and thanks again for your patience!

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