Green phosphorus

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Sandra Porter
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I would like to have the option to see phosphorus in green.

Okay, I know this isn't a standard way of coloring phosphorus, but the NCBI uses green and it's nice because it's easier to see the contrast between oxygens and phosphorus in DNA and RNA.

Some of the other Cn3D coloring options would be nice, too. Some examples are: rainbow (colors ROYGBIV from 5' to 3' or amino to carboxyl), charge, temperature, hydrophobicity, and sequence identity (for aligned proteins).

Brad Larson
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Sorry for the late reply. I'll try to set up a settings page in the main Settings area on the iPhone (where Mail, etc. have their settings) with some configuration options, like custom color schemes. I think that would be the cleanest way to handle this.

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