KiNG is a new kinemage viewer / editor that has many of Mage's core features and a few additional capabilities that have not yet made it into Mage. KiNG is the preferred online viewer for MolProbity, so you may have already used KiNG.
KiNG allows you to edit your kinemage in certain ways that would otherwise require hand modification with a text editor. A sampling of the available tools:
To create one file that contains multiple kinemages, start KiNG and use the File | Open command to open each individual kinemage, in the order in which you wish for them to appear in the final file. If you look in the drop box in the upper-righthand corner of the KiNG window, you should get a list of kinemages (Kinemage 1, Kinemage 2, etc.) to choose from. If you made a mistake, select the kinemage to get rid of and choose File | Close (don't use File | Close all!). When only the desired kinemages remain open, choose File | Save as to write all of them to disk. Make sure to give the file a new name -- KiNG is still under development and could write out a ``damaged'' kinemage, so you don't want to overwrite your originals!
There are a few other things that are possible in Mage, but may be easier in KiNG:
Log in to one of the Linux machines in the Richardson lab (as user bch222). Either type ``king'' from the command prompt or click the big purple K on the button bar at the bottom of the screen. While you can test out these editing features using the online version of KiNG in MolProbity, you won't be able to save your modified file. This is due to a security restriction that web browsers place on Java applets, and there's no good way to get around it.
Come see Ian Davis (my office is 208B Nanaline Duke, in the Richardson lab) or send me email at email@example.com. Also, KiNG has a fairly comprehensive manual and tutorial that can be accessed from the Help menu. Please, please, please report any problems you have in using KiNG. Even if the problem you describe isn't actually due to the software malfunctioning, it gives me a clue that things could be redesigned and made easier to use!
At the present time, we don't distribute KiNG publicly. However, it's written in Java and can run under Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. If you'd like your own copy of KiNG, talk to Ian.
This document was generated using the LaTeX2HTML translator Version 2002 (1.62)
Copyright © 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996,
Computer Based Learning Unit, University of Leeds.
Copyright © 1997, 1998, 1999, Ross Moore, Mathematics Department, Macquarie University, Sydney.
The command line arguments were:
latex2html -no_subdir -split 0 -show_section_numbers /tmp/lyx_tmpdir3211HNKgoc/lyx_tmpbuf0/edit-with-king-bch222.tex
The translation was initiated by Ian W. Davis on 2003-02-28