Sorry, this doesn't work: the signed applet gives back the same name as the unsigned...
Last thing I can think of is a try{} catch {} where you could try to load a dummy file from a different domain...
Paul

Le 27 juin 2012 à 14:47, Paul Pillot a écrit :

With getproperty appletInfo, you can access the name of the applet :
appletInfo.htmlName="jmolApplet0"
From there, you can guess if it's signed or not... (haven't tried it but I suspect it should work)
Paul

Le 27 juin 2012 à 14:25, Martin Hediger a écrit :

Just to be clear, I'm not reporting any error or bug here. I want to
implement a feature but I need to figure out the relevant part of the
Jmol API.
I'll be checking the doc.





On 27.06.12 13:26, Angel Herráez wrote:
Martin, I agree with that observation.
My feeling is that the unsigned applet is what gets loaded.

1. Is the Jmol frank red or white?
2. I think there is a Jmol read-only variable that will say if it is
signed. Check the doc


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