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VMD Question: Off the top of anyone's head, how do I turn the background white instead of black? I typically use Molden; however, for various involved reasons to do with program architecture I need to use VMD for this particular job and I cannot remember the right command.

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Any help would be appreciated.
Wrong section, go to computer science and tell them what program your using give more context as well
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As VMD is a bioinformatics program for visualizing protein structures, I think it's more likely that a biologist would know how to use the program than a computer scientist...
Awh I see the program is VMD im not familiar with that.
Ive used Auto CAD
I think its similar maybe. It's for designing and engineering and what not.
I don't think it's similar. Molecular dynamics systems are pretty specialised. But thanks anyway... ;D
Np, sorry I couldnt help. Im positive you will find the answer online. Google. Or try the help button in the program. :D
Can you take a look at my new question
Ah, I figured it out. :D

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