Angel i am trying your new pages with Jsmol http://biomodel.uah.
All is ok with sugars, but when it comes to proteins windows start appearing
with different messages.
Something is not really right there
Angelo, i tried today your pages but i find again java issues on
vulnerabilities. Quite annoying. JMol is not activated by default. Pino
>Data: 13/01/2013 21.27
>Ogg: [Jmol-users] JSmol-compatible new version to export an image from either
Jmol applet, Jmo-JSO, JSmol
>OK, so I have an update of my former "Exporting from Jmol applet an image
>of the current view" method,
>that is now compatible with Jmol-JSO-HTML5 (JSmol), Jmol-JSO-Java and
>it is temporarily located at
>(the final location will be the first url above, but anyway with links
>That is set as a demo and the code is available to be reused under Creative
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Nothing to do with my site or with Jmol/JSmol.
It's an issue of Java version and browser version and policies.
Nasty indeed. Anyway, for me once I accept the alert the applet loads fine in
Firefox 13, IE 9, and Chrome (Java 1.7.0_11)
And the JSmol boxes should be working fine, right?
On 19 Jan 2013 at 11:20, pino.striccoli@... wrote:
> Angelo, i tried today your pages but i find again java issues on
> vulnerabilities. Quite annoying. JMol is not activated by default. Pino
Thank you, Pino
I thought that was updated to the last version, but maybe not. I will check the
I did have some problems loading some pdb files that gave
format-not-recognised errors. I played a bit with file extensions and gzipped
or not, so I may have it broken.
Right now, both hemoglobin and lysozyme load fine for me in Firefox. I will
try again tomorrow