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Order

===DESCRIPTION===

order allows you to change ordering of names in the control panel

USAGE

order names-list, sort, location

EXAMPLES

# sets the order of these three objects
order 1dn2 1fgh 1rnd

# sorts all names
order *,yes

# sorts all names beginning with 1dn2_
order 1dn2_*, yes

# puts 1frg at the top of the list
order 1frg, location=top

PYMOL API

cmd.order(string names-list, string sort, string location)

NOTES

  1. names-list: a space separated list of names
  2. sort: yes or no
  3. location: top, current, or bottom

SEE ALSO

Set_Name

A Random PyMOL-generated Cover. See Covers.