[this should be on Jmol-Developers list]

It all looks right to me. But a System.out.println(type) in notifyEnabled to see if it is checking for type 12. Maybe you just have a programming error in that method.

Bob


On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 1:08 PM, Joe Gatewood <jmg@seirad.com> wrote:
Robert,
Here are my setup calls

viewer.evalString("set disablePopupMenu on");
viewer.evalString("set bondPicking true");
viewer.evalString("set autobond false");
viewer.evalString("sync *;set syncMouse;set syncScript");

also tried
viewer.evalString("sync *;set syncMouse on;set syncScript on");

In the echo I get syncmouse = true and syncscript = true

I am not getting messages at notifyEnabled for any of the mouse movements
When I zoom by script I get a message at notifyEnabled with an int value of
1
and several messages with int value of 11.  I have not looked up the
corresponding static names.

If I remove the sync evalString I still get the messages at notifyEnabled
when I zoom by script

Joe


________________________________________
From: Robert Hanson [mailto:hansonr@stolaf.edu]
Sent: Friday, September 25, 2009 11:08 AM
To: jmol-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Jmol-users] zoom callback

When I do that, I get callback messages coming into notifyCallback.

Are you should you issued

sync *




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