From: John Stone (
Date: Tue Feb 28 2017 - 17:02:52 CST

  You might find that for the purposes of just the H-bond calculation,
renaming the affected atoms using an atom selection would be quick and easy.
Where did the atom naming scheme you're using come from, if I may ask?

  John Stone

On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 12:52:24AM -0500, Sadegh Faramarzi Ganjabad wrote:
> Hello VMD users,
> I am trying to find hydrogen bonds between oxygen atoms of a set of
> detergents with sugar headgroups. The output shows 0 hbonds, which is
> impossible. I suspect it is because the atom names are unusual. For
> example, the hydrogen atoms are named as AH1, BH1 (I assume they should
> start with 'H'),... or oxygen atoms are AO1, BO1,... Since hbonds are
> calculated using simple geometrical criteria, I am wondering if there is
> any other way to calculated them on VMD?
> Thanks,
> Sadegh

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