>> So, do you want the buttons & the entire app?
> I don't mind building my own buttons.
Let me rephrase ... do you explicitly *not* want the buttons?
(It may be easier to give you the buttons & everything.)
> I want something similar to the
> following code snippt:
> JMolPanel myjmol = new JMolPanel();
> myjmol.setChemFile( somechemfile );
> // then things like
OK, that's not too bad.
But, the interface that you are going to use to talk to the app will be
the scripting interface. That is, you will send scripting commands to the
If there are cases where the functionality you want is not supported by
the scripting language, then we will add the functionality.
>> I assume that the molecule data structure will be in jmol.
> I am happy to use the molecule data structure from jmol.
> At the moment I am reverse engineering the jmol (6.1) application but
> am having some problems understanding the distinction between the
> entire application and the window in which the molecule is rendered.
There is a *lot* of hair in the startup code. For a long time I was too
afraid to take a look at it.
I recently went in and pruned some of that old hair. So the cvs head is
more a little bit cleaner.
Are there other parts of the project you could work on for a few days
while I think about it? This is certainly something we should talk about
Hey, I just thought of something.
Is there generic code for an applet container? That is what you want. You
want to embed the applet into your app. I bet you can find some code that
will allow you to do that. Look around on the web and let me know what you
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