The JNLP files are just in the directory with the JAR files. No "installation" -- just click on one, and the applet should open.

On Mon, Dec 30, 2013 at 12:21 AM, Rzepa, Henry S <> wrote:

On 29 Dec 2013, at 20:00, Robert Hanson <> wrote:

> I'm guessing  it will be January 14:
> As I understand it, all applets must be updated. "signed" or not -- all must be signed, and local file reading now requires the JNLP files as well in the directory of the JAR files. (Note that these JNLP files allow the applet to be started outside a browser as well.)

Is there a specific set of instructions for acquiring and installing these  “JNLP” files for  Jmol?   Using this as a search term in  Bob’s  documentation shows no hits.
> In addition, recent versions of JSmol JavaScript libraries are required, and if you are using the older Jmol.js, library that needs to be updated (see   states "THIS LIBRARY IS DEPRECATED STARTING WITH Jmol 13.0.”

> Or you can add this line yourself in the _jmolApplet function:
>     params.permissions = (archivePath.indexOf("Signed") >= 0 ? "all-permissions" : "sandbox");
> Feels like Y2K all over again!

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