On Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 2:29 PM, Paul Pillot <paul.pillot@ac-orleans-tours.fr> wrote:
That's the case !
Here is what I tried :
- load the file from the Jmol console : load ../../mol/gz/alanine.pdb.gz --> it works !
- load the file from the browser javascript console : jmolScript("load ../../mol/gz/valine.pdb.gz") --> it doesn't work (same error message as previously)
- reload a file previously loaded via the console, from the browser's javascript console : jmolScript("load ../../mol/gz/alanine.pdb.gz") --> it works !

So when a file has previously been successfully loaded, then there is no java error message upon loading.

because it's coming from the cache.

OK. I'm rather surprised it's doing this, but let's see what we can do....

We're talking about the unsigned applet.....

Is this a bug? I wonder....


Le 15 sept. 2011 à 20:50, Robert Hanson a écrit :

> It would be valuable to try loading the file two ways:
> 1) via a web-page button.
> 2) via command input from the Jmol console.
> If one works and the other does not, we can fix this.
> Bob

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