Well, if you† can use Jmol.js some way then you can use Jmol.js the same way. ;)


On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 11:49 AM, Angel HerrŠez <angel.herraez@uah.es> wrote:
> I have a file that can be slipped in for Jmol.js that makes older
> pages work as JSmol. Wouldn't that work?

Oh, it might work.

> What does Java vs JavaScript
> have to do with the fact that it is a wiki?

Basically, you cannot insert javascript code in the wiki page. It all
has to be done by the extension, module or whatever it is called, and
set in the wiki admin setup.

For example, I can image how you easily change jmolButton() calls
into Jmol.jmolButton() and so on, but where is the Info variable
introduced? Maybe in the jmolInitialize() call -- interesting

I think all changes have do be done in the extension, so it may be
straightforward or not.

> (unless there's a jQuery
> incompatibility, I suppose).

That's another hot spot.

I'm just theorizing, I have no direct wiki admin involvement.



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