Flipped Fuji image file (But, other question!)

Yoram Puius puius at aecom.yu.edu
Tue Jan 16 11:36:48 EST 1996

Dear netters,

Please disregard my previous question about a flipped Fuji frame;  I found
the answer in the Denzo manual 5 minutes later.

However, I have a REAL problem in Denzo:
I have synchrotron data scanned from Fuji plates, with a thinned beamstop
for a direct beam.  But when I refine, even with commands like

	x beam 126.8
	y beam 102.3
	fix x beam y beam go go go go go

it forgets about the `fix' statement and refines the coordinates of the beam
anyway.  Since I had to manually get the direct beam coordinates from each
frame, I'm quite unhappy about this development.

Is the only kludge around it to say
	fix x beam y beam go
	fix x beam y beam go
as many times as there are cycles?

A postdoc in the lab next door has had this same problem, but he has other
fish to fry, so he didn't pursue it.

Any info appreicated.

Many thanks,
Yoram A. Puius                            Albert Einstein College of Medicine
puius at aecom.yu.edu                        Department of Biochemistry
M.D.-Ph.D.    Class of 1999 [?]           Bronx, NY  10461
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