How about using python blocks:


python
resis = [["1DSB","*","30","red"],["1ERT","*","32","green"]]
 
for p,c,r,col in resis:
	cmd.fetch(p,async="0")
	cmd.refresh()
	cmd.show("cartoon",p)
	cmd.color("col",p)
python end




2012/6/18 Yotam Avital <yotama9@gmail.com>
I may have asked this question before but I can't find the solution anywhere. 

I have several (30) files of the same type I want to examine. On each file I need to run about ten commands. Is there a way to do this automatically?

The commands I want to run are:
show spheres
color (red/blue/green)
hide 
zoom
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