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Hello guys, i'm using Control System Toolbox, so i open it with
handle = sisotool();
now i want to close these two windows just opened:
but with
close(handle);
only the second form is closed, so my answer is how to close "Control and Estimation Tools Manager"? I tried to get handle's parent but didn't work, it seems to not have a parent
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Davide Baitelli
Davide Baitelli on 14 Sep 2016
Edited: Davide Baitelli on 14 Sep 2016
I use version R2013b because there are some old UIs which are not compatible with newer version. Btw there are two window, so there are two figures, but i can only access one of them, do you know where the other one is stored and how to get it? Thanks
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 14 Sep 2016
If you examine the UserData field of the handle returned, you will find a sisogui.sisotool stored there which is the tools manager. Unfortunately I have not been able to figure out how to close it by program. I dug into the creation code for it, but it is old-style MATLAB objects and I do not understand some of the object creation mechanisms for that.

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Farouk Moukaddem
Farouk Moukaddem on 19 Sep 2016
Hi Davide,
The "close" function in MATLAB is used to remove a specified "figure".
The "Control and Estimation Tools Manager" is not considered a "figure", and therefore cannot be closed using this command.
There is no documented way to close this window programmatically in R2013b. You need to close it manually.
Refer to the following documentation link for more information about the "close" function: https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/close.html
Thanks,
Farouk
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Davide Baitelli
Davide Baitelli on 19 Sep 2016
Edited: Davide Baitelli on 19 Sep 2016
Ok, thanks for the answer. In the end i get round the problem and i choose a different way to us it. Thank you the same

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