From: John Stone (
Date: Sat May 23 2020 - 02:24:52 CDT

  From your question, it is unclear if you're not seeing multiple
frames displayed or if you're not getting the expected coloring.
For a case with only a small number of frames shown, you may need
to adjust the color scale data range controls in the trajectory
tab in order to use the entire color range for a small subset of
displayed frames.

Best regards,
  John Stone

On Thu, May 07, 2020 at 10:58:22PM +0000, Neena Susan Eappen wrote:
> Hello VMD users,
> I am trying to display multiple frames under trajectory tab in graphical
> representations window using timestep as coloring method. However, when I
> set frames say 1 and 10 to display (1 10), there is no change in GL
> display. By going to a different tab say drawing style and then when I
> come back to trajectory tab, the frame to display goes back to default
> "now" instead of " 1 10".
> What might be happening here? Any insight would be appreciated.
> Many thanks,
> Neena

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