pLOT 1.0.13k allows you to set annotation from the library as a default action after entering the sequence in a new project. When starting a new project, you can toggle the “Automatically Annotate” check box. If you have it checked, pLOT will search the sequence for features in library. Annotating from the library will also check to make sure that an identical annotation is not present so that annotations are not duplicated every time the auto annotate feature is used.
Note that there is still an issue with exporting the plasmid map as a vector format image. This will be addressed in the future.
Figure 1. Entering a sequence with the Auto-Annotate option checked
Figure 2. After clicking the OK button
PLOT DOWNLOAD LINKS
pLOT v1.0.13k patch file [Link]
pLOT v1.0.13k full install file [Link]
You can download the patch alone and copy the plot.exe file to your installation directory (default is c:\program files(x86)\plot) if you have previously installed 1.0.13b or later. Please note that on some computers, an error pops up during the install process asking you to abort, retry or ignore. If this happens, choose the Ignore option.
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