Commit 01b46e4b authored by Nicolas Vuaille's avatar Nicolas Vuaille

Python Shell move to View menu

parent 79d0e10a
......@@ -1623,7 +1623,7 @@ a similar pipeline in ParaView and export it using the Catalyst script generator
very readable, especially if no screenshots are being output. Other useful ParaView
tools for creating and/or modifying Catalyst Python scripts include:
\begin{itemize}
\item the ParaView GUI's Python interpretor (available by going to \menu{Tools > Python Shell} in the main menu)
\item the ParaView GUI's Python interpretor (available by going to \menu{View > Python Shell} in the main menu)
supports tab completion to help see available methods for each object.
\item using ParaView's trace functionality that can record the Python commands that mimic a user's interaction with
the GUI. This is available by using \menu{Tools > Start Trace} and \menu{Tools > Stop Trace} to start and stop the trace, respectively.
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......@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@ scripts as desired. The following information can be helpful for doing this:
set their parameters. This is done with \menu{Start Trace} and \menu{Stop Trace} under the \menu{Tools}
menu.
\item Using the ParaView GUI Python shell with tab completion. This is done with
\menu{Python Shell} under the \menu{Tools} menu.
\menu{Python Shell} under the \menu{View} menu.
\end{itemize}
\section{ParaView Live}
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