Set toggle

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Overview

Set_toggle binds a key to switch on and off a setting.

Syntax

set_toggle key, setting

See Set_Key to find a list of key that can be redefined and Settings to find a list of settings. You can also use auto-completion.

Examples

# Associates "F1" to grid_mode setting
set_toggle F1, grid_mode

Script

# @AUTHOR: Joseph ANDRE
# Copyright (c) 2011, Joseph ANDRE
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# DATE  : 2011-07-14
# REV   : 1
 
from pymol import cmd
 
def toggle(setting=[]):
	setting_value=cmd.get(setting)
	if cmd.toggle_dict.get(setting_value, 0):
		cmd.unset(setting)
	else:
		cmd.set(setting)
 
def set_toggle(key, setting):
	cmd.set_key(key, toggle, [setting])
 
cmd.auto_arg[1].update({
   'set_toggle'         : cmd.auto_arg[0]['set'],
})
 
cmd.extend('set_toggle', set_toggle)

See Also

Set_Key

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