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The '''enable''' command toggles on the display of all currently visible representations of an object.  It is the equivalent of selecting the object in the list at the top of the [[Internal_gui|Internal GUI]].
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===USAGE===
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enable [name [, parents]]
  
'''enable''' enable display of an object and all currently visible representations.
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When run with no arguments, all loaded objects are enabled.
  
===USAGE===
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Running it with parents=1 will enable the named object and all parent objects of the named object (recursively), so that it won't be hidden by having a parent object (or [[group]]) that is [[disable|disabled]].
enable name
 
enable all  
 
name = object or selection name
 
  
 
===PYMOL API===
 
===PYMOL API===
 
<source lang="python">
 
<source lang="python">
cmd.enable( string object-name )
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cmd.enable( string name='all', int parents=0 )
 
</source>  
 
</source>  
  
===EXAMPLE===
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===EXAMPLES===
 
  enable my_object
 
  enable my_object
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enable (my_object1 or my_object2)
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enable my_object*
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enable
 
  enable my_object, parents=1
 
  enable my_object, parents=1
  

Revision as of 18:42, 11 April 2014

The enable command toggles on the display of all currently visible representations of an object. It is the equivalent of selecting the object in the list at the top of the Internal GUI.

USAGE

enable [name [, parents]]

When run with no arguments, all loaded objects are enabled.

Running it with parents=1 will enable the named object and all parent objects of the named object (recursively), so that it won't be hidden by having a parent object (or group) that is disabled.

PYMOL API

cmd.enable( string name='all', int parents=0 )

EXAMPLES

enable my_object
enable (my_object1 or my_object2)
enable my_object*
enable
enable my_object, parents=1

SEE ALSO

Show, Hide, Disable