Hi Martin,

I find that the easiest way to recreate things like this is with cmd.do. cmd.do('wizard measurement') is identical to typing 'wizard measurement' from the command line.

In this particular case, it looks to me like just calling cmd.wizard('measurement') works. Did you find problems when you didn't call refresh_wizard?



On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 12:40 PM, Martin Hediger <ma.hed@bluewin.ch> wrote:
 Dear All
I'm trying to write a littel function that allows for a short cut to
invoke the "wizard measurement". The idea is, that instead of having to
open the GUI menue>Measurement or typing "wizard measurement", I would
like to be able to just type "mes" and have the measurement tool-box
Observing what happens in the log-file when doing this shows that two
things happen:

wizard measurement

I figured out, that I can write "cmd.wizard("measurement")" into the
function definition (called mes, in mes.py), and the measurement box
appears. What I cant figure out is how to implement the refreshment of
the wizard using the PyMOL-API.
Can someone point this out to me?

Thanks for any help on this, btw. the same thing would kind of be nice
for "mutagenesis".


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