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[[Set_Color]] defines a new color with color indices (0.0-1.0). Numbers between 0 an 255 can be used as well. (If at least one value is larger than 1, pymol will interpret all 3 values as between 0 and 255). If an existing color name is used, the old color will be overridden.
[[Set_Color]] defines a new color with color indices (0.0-1.0)
 
  
 
===USAGE===
 
===USAGE===
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===EXAMPLES===
 
===EXAMPLES===
 
<source lang="python">
 
<source lang="python">
set_color red, [ 1.0, 0.0, 0.0 ]
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PyMOL>set_color red, [1,0.01,0.01]
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Color: "red" defined as [ 1.000, 0.010, 0.010 ].
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PyMOL>set_color khaki, [195,176,145]
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Color: "khaki" defined as [ 0.765, 0.690, 0.569 ].
 
</source>
 
</source>
  
 
[[Category:Commands|Set Color]]
 
[[Category:Commands|Set Color]]
 
[[Category:Coloring|Set Color]]
 
[[Category:Coloring|Set Color]]

Revision as of 07:00, 4 August 2010

Set_Color defines a new color with color indices (0.0-1.0). Numbers between 0 an 255 can be used as well. (If at least one value is larger than 1, pymol will interpret all 3 values as between 0 and 255). If an existing color name is used, the old color will be overridden.

USAGE

set_color name, [ red-float, green-float, blue-float ]
set_color name = [ red-float, green-float, blue-float ]  #(DEPRECATED)

PYMOL API

cmd.set_color( string name, float-list rgb )

EXAMPLES

PyMOL>set_color red, [1,0.01,0.01]
 Color: "red" defined as [ 1.000, 0.010, 0.010 ].
PyMOL>set_color khaki, [195,176,145]
 Color: "khaki" defined as [ 0.765, 0.690, 0.569 ].