Protean 3D’s basic editing commands are similar to those found in Microsoft Windows and other text editing programs.
|To remove a portion of text||Edit > Cut||Ctrl/Cmd+X||Text is placed on the clipboard.|
|To copy an item||Edit > Copy||Ctrl/Cmd+C|| To copy a portion of text, sequence, or a graphic element from any protein sequence or structure file, select the desired portion of the sequence or structure (e.g., a chain from the Molecules section, a feature, etc.). Then choose Edit > Copy.
The selected portion of sequence is saved to the clipboard in FASTA format. It can then be pasted into a text editor, spreadsheet utility, etc.
Note: Copying is not currently enabled in the Report views.
|To paste an item||Edit > Paste||Ctrl/Cmd+V||This pastes the item in the clipboard at the cursor insert point.|
|To delete a portion of text||Edit > Delete||Delete key||This command does not cause the text to be put on the clipboard.|
|To select everything in the view||Edit > Select All||Ctrl+A||This selects all sequence, all atoms, and everything in the Molecules and Style sections.|
|To invert the selection||Edit > Invert Selection||After making a selection in any view, using this command causes all other parts of the sequence/structure to be selected instead, and the original selection to be unselected.|
|To return the document to its state before the most recent operation||Edit > Undo||Ctrl/Cmd+Z||Undo can be used to remove changes in rendering, color, visibility, selection and animation speed.|
|To reinstate the most recent change||Edit > Redo||Ctrl/Cmd+Y||This cancels use of the Undo command.|
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