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
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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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