What browser are you using on what hardware platform?
> Hi!, I'm using Jmol-6 and works fine. But when I try to use the applet
> in my web page, it shows the element's name but not renderize it. When I
> run the applet in the Java's appletviewer everithing works OK. I upgrade
> my JVM to the latest and I still having the same problem.
> Can you help me?
> Thanks in advance.
> Freddy A. Rojas P.
>>> This is odd, I got this error message from Tools -> Sun Java Console
> instead from Microsoft Java Console. I hope that's help.
OK, there are two JVMs available for IE these days. It looks like you
installed the Sun Java SDK, which included the Java Plug-in.
If you look under Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced you can see that
there are check-boxes for using the Sun JVM in addition to using the MSFT
JVM. I usually enable one or the other, but not both.
>>> ReaderFactory: MdlReader Error while reading
> AtomTypes.java.security.AccessControlException: access denied
> (java.io.FilePermission jmol_atomtypes.txt read)
!Ah, que disastre!
You need to download the distribution again.
We did not build the initial version of Jmol-6 correctly ... it was only
up there for about one day.
Download again, even though the filename is the same.
>>> I've searched for jmol_atomtypes.txt file in my server's hard disk
> and I couldn't find it.
This file is actually located inside the JmolApplet.jar file.
A .jar file is a tree of files bundled up and compressed - just like a
>>> I appreciate a lot your concern about my problem and the help that
> you give me. I saw in your signature that you are in Spain, are you
Bueno. Aunque vivo en Espana, soy estadounidense.
> Because I'm Venezuelan and we can talk in Spanish if my English
> isn't good enough.
Tu ingles es excelente. Desgraciadamente mi espanol no lo es. Todovia
estoy aprendiendo. :)
?Puedes hacerme el favor de corregir la traduccion de los menus espanoles
>>> Thanks again.
El gusto es mio.
>>> Freddy A. Rojas P.