hmm. What's this about, by the way? I hope we don't need that sort of thing. If we do, I need to fix something.
      var $j = jQuery.noConflict();

I used the Prototype.js library for these pages. It uses $() syntax for DOM queries like jQuery. I’m slowly removing the dependence on Prototype.js, but these pages haven’t been updated in a while.

On February 5, 2014 at 7:52:19 PM, Robert Hanson (hansonr@stolaf.edu) wrote:
Looks like a bug in DRAW. I will fix it.

hmm. What's this about, by the way? I hope we don't need that sort of thing. If we do, I need to fix something.

      var $j = jQuery.noConflict();





On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 5:33 PM, Dean Johnston <djohnston66@gmail.com> wrote:
Jmol users list,

I’ve noticed a change in behavior of the unitcell/draw unitcell command somewhere between 13.3.3 and 14.1.6. I’m using it to draw representations of multiple unit cells of simple crystal structures like bcc, fcc, etc. I use the unitcell and draw unitcell commands to draw multiple representations of unit cells for an expanded lattice. In the later version (including 14.1.8), the unit cells end up "spaced out” instead of contiguous. Picture and links below.

Dean Johnston

 —> click on “simple cubic” on the left, then “Show 27 Unit Cells” on the right.

 —> click on “simple cubic” on the left, then “Show 27 Unit Cells” on the right.




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