Axel T. Brunger
brunger at LAPLACE.CSB.YALE.EDU
Tue Sep 3 19:17:18 EST 1996
Just ignore SOLDEN. In the new version it's always set to one.
The script files of the 3.1 version simply scale the FPART structure
factor, thus SOLDEN was never really used.
PS: XMASK produces the same result as the old SOLMSK with SOLDEN=1
Shenping Liu wrote:
> Dr. Brunger:
> I tested the bulk solvent correction option. It doesn't recognized SOLDENSITY
> anymore. And I found the program call subroutine XMASK instead of SOLMSK. There
> is no SOLMSK subroutine in the source code anymore.
> Shenping Liu
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