Centroid Puzzle is buggy

Case number:699969-996095
Topic:General
Opened by:auntdeen
Status:Open
Type:Bug
Opened on:Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 01:11
Last modified:Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 14:50

Mac - Main client - shared with scientists, chatted about it with NickyCGS in vet room. Seems related to this feedback: http://fold.it/portal/node/996030

Parts of protein are frozen, and loop segments between 74-82 are frozen either end. Local wiggling that loop section either: in low (.2) CI has no effect on that loop but wiggles the rest of the protein (frozen areas also) - or in 1.0 CI everything moves but the one helix adjacent to that loop.

If this is pulled and you repost - please put the secondary structures on the denovo line. Very difficult to line up which end goes where with no sidechains to look at...

(Thu, 10/17/2013 - 01:11  |  4 comments)


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Thank you for bringing this up.

Can you try out the latest devprev release and let us know if the problem persists? Thanks!

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Same behavior in latest devprev - but did notice that it only happens with less precise, not with precise. I went back and checked it in Main and same thing - only less precise shows the issue.

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Thank you, auntdeen.

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mac devprev client

tried "straightening' existing solutions using two bands. Wiggle sticks after a few secs but can be restarted. If the helices are frozen - then the client crashes. This happens consistently with pw. tested on different tracks with different solutions (including shared). CI appears to have no relevance.

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