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Hey guys and gals,.
I've been using Jmol for quite a while now and lately my mac
developer skills have been increasing and I got tired of using the
terminal to startup the app...sooooo
I made a clickable icon / .app type icon that opens up Jmol. I
uploaded it to my site and you can find the dmg file there. This
makes it look like a regular 'ol app without all of the exposed jar
Anyhow, here is the link:
Thanks again for such a great app! When I have some time, I want to
try and use quaqua to make Jmol have an Aqua interface.
This looks interesting for other users (I don't use a Mac).
If you could write brief instructions of how to use it, I can add it
to the Wiki page devoted to icons and so:
and to the app section
El 1 Jul 2007 a las 21:34, Fernanda Foertter escribi=F3:
> I made a clickable icon / .app type icon that opens up Jmol. I
> uploaded it to my site and you can find the dmg file there. This
> makes it look like a regular 'ol app without all of the exposed jar
I'm sorry you don't use a Mac, must be painful hehe :) jk
1) download dmg file
2) double click to open
3) drag Jmol icon to you Applications folder to install
4) eject dmg
5) trash dmg file
6) double click Jmol icon to open application or
6a)click and drag to dock to have ready whenever needed.
Also, I made a crude icon for it, included w/ email.