how bizarre. Is it reproducible on those particular machines?

That site uses JmolApplet.jar, so it should be all-inclusive. Can't imagine what went on there.

Bob

2010/10/28 Angel HerrŠez <angel.herraez@uah.es>
Hi all

I've had some weird behaviour today while working with my students. Maybe some of you
have seen this before and can give a clue?

We were in a computer room, all PCs configured the same in principle (WinXP in Spanish).
The students connected to www.pdb.org and clicked on the "View in Jmol" link. For some of
them, the applet poup menu was in Spanish (as usual), for some it was in English AND it
could not be switched to Spanish via the popup menu, but stayed in English.

As I am writing this, I think that the loading of the applet module for locale might have failed in
some computers. Don't know. PDB is using 12.0.x signed applet.

Any hints appreciated



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