On 02/08/2012 05:39 PM, Angel Herráez wrote:
> Maybe it's the location of the file then.
> Do you have a file named "history" in the same folder where the
> "macros" folder is?
> Otherwise, in which folder is your macro stored?
It might be a problem with access rights.
One annoying new "feature" of Windows 7 is that by default you are not
allowed any more to look directly into your "Own Files" directory. (I
don't know the actual name that is used for it in an english windows
version, in a german version it is called "Eigene Dateien".) You rather
have to look at your files by using the new "libraries" concept. Even
changing the security settings of this folder only partially solved this
problem for me.
When I start the Jmol application in Linux by using the command-line I
get the following messages:
User macros dir: /home/huehne/.jmol/macros
What do you see if you start Jmol similarly in the Windows command-shell?