Thanks for spotting that. This is fixed for Jmol 11.2.5 and 11.3.5. It
was a problem with not updating the screen height and width for echo
John Regner wrote:
>I've been working on a Jmol page that employs dynamic resizing for
>everything: the page structure, both Jmol applets, even the title
>graphics. Most everything is working fine; however, when I resize the
>page when an echo is displayed, the echo's coordinates are fixed. In
>other words, if there's an echo on the bottom line and the browser
>window is shrunk, the echo disappears. Conversely, stretching a browser
>windows while there's a bottom echo causes it to float closer to the middle.
>Not only that, these coordinates stay fixed when new jmolScript commands
>are issued, so bottom row echoes stay in the same spot all of the time.
>Strangely enough, using both the Jmol console and percentage values for
>the echo position places new echoes in the "current" correct position
>(which becomes incorrect again after any resizing). However, using the
>pre-set echo rows (middle, bottom) in the console sticks to the areas
>first set by the applet as being the middle and bottom.
>Is there any way to get echoes to dynamically reposition based on the
>applet dimensions), or should I just stick to using only the top-left
>corner for consistent echo positions?
>The fixed position of the echoes seems to be decided after an echo is
>first issued, not upon applet initialization, so resizing before
>pressing any buttons causes the fixed positions to be set at a different
>spot. This position is decided independently for each row, too, so by
>having commands to use the top-right, middle-right, and bottom-right and
>adjusting the window in between these commands, they will be aligned
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