Hi Bob,

Your code is much better, for me, since I only have to consider 6.5 or higher, I simply
replaced the "intensities" with "force".

The following is from the jaguar 6.5 file:

 frequencies       -10.85    18.28    24.29    27.14    42.05    46.10
  reduc. mass         0.73     0.59     2.62     2.07     0.81     1.55
  force const         0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00
    C1       X    -0.02298 -0.01260 -0.00123 -0.01254 -0.00857  0.01963
    C1       Y     0.04176 -0.02403  0.02143 -0.00946 -0.01261 -0.05496
    C1       Z     0.00437  0.00713  0.02151  0.01250  0.00722 -0.01499
    C2       X    -0.02165 -0.01126  0.00024 -0.00784 -0.00522  0.02189


But when I use the jmolloadinline, it always give me error message which said
format can not be recognized.  What I did is I  got the contents of the jaguar file and
passed them by jmolloadinline.

<SCRIPT>
          jmolInitialize("../jmol");
          jmolCheckBrowser("popup", "../../browsercheck", "onClick");
          var script ="wireframe .1; cpk off;" +
          "frame 3; vectors on; color vectors yellow;" +
          "move 10 -20 10 0 0 0 0 0 1; delay 1; vibration on;";

          var mol ='Job PY_QZ1-1_GOB1V started on bc54 at Fri Jul 27 07:57:45 2007\n'+'jobid: bc54-0-46a9ebc8\n'
          +'+--------------------------------------------------------------------+\n'
          +'|  Jaguar version 6.5, release 106                                   |\n'
          +'|                                                                    |\n'
          +'|  Copyright (c) 2005 Schrodinger,  LLC.                             |\n'
          +'|  All Rights Reserved.                                              |\n'
          +'|                                                                    |\n'
          ....
          ....;

         jmolApplet(400,"  ");
         jmolAppletLoadInline(mol,script);
</SCRIPT>

Thanks,

Alan