state is 1 for display and 0 for hide.
set_mol_active(imol, state) might also be useful in the same context.
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[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of R.D. Oeffner
Sent: 17 June 2011 12:20
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Subject: [COOT] python commands for showing / hiding a molecule
I'm sure there is an embarrasingly simple answer to this question but
does anybody know how to show and hide a molecule programmatically from
a python script run by Coot?
I can easily load a molecule with the "read_pdb(filename)" command. But
the "Display Manager" doesn't tell what command Coot is doing under the
hood for hiding or showing the molecule.
Robert Oeffner, Ph.D.
Department of Haematology, University of Cambridge
Cambridge Institute of Medical Research
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