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as advised by Laurent Garnier, I use /gui/addIcon to open a file thanks to icons below GUI menu bar.
Adding the following line in gui.mac:
/gui/addIcon "Open macro file" open /control/execute
it's possible to open macro files .mac .
By typing '*' character into input field open dialog, I may select any sort of file. But it's not convenient.
Is it possible to add filters to open command, for example? /gui/addIcon "Open PDB file" open /PDB4DNA/det/loadPDB "PDB files|*.pdb"
Thanks in advance, Emmanuel
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