Works on Safari, Firefox, Camino on Mac OS X 10.5.2
I'll try and set it up on my server which already runs PHP.
Looks great from here!
All the best
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On 17 Feb 2008, at 22:55, jmol-users-request@...
> Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2008 21:17:38 +0100
> From: " Angel Herr?ez " <angel.herraez@...>
> Subject: Re: [Jmol-users] jmol applet export image
> To: jmol-users@...
> Message-ID: <47B8A472.26888.196032F8@...>
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> Dear Jmolers,
> It's been tough, but after many hours, lots of trial and error, and
> error, and error, several
> times despair and then a new spark, and much head scratching, I
> think that I've found a
> cross-browser method for exporting a snapshot of the applet into a
> page (pop-up or
> otherwise) from which it can be easily copied, direct from the
> browser's pop-up context
> menu, and sometimes even saved.
> The previous one posted here by Rolf Huehne and Mauricio Carrillo is
> great, but needs a
> Perl script installed in the server (something no every author can
> do him/herself, as I
> understand the script must go to a restricted directory in the
> The former one, which Bob uses in his site ("show image" link under
> the applet in the
> demo/test pages) does not work in Internet Explorer.
> This new one requires a php-enabled server only for IE, but no other
> server configuration,
> so you can do it all even if you are not the webmaster. Firefox and
> Opera use it without php,
> both online and offline. For other browsers, the two possible
> methods are oferred (direct
> offline, or php-online).
> For now, it is at
> Along the next days I will add it to my site, http://biomodel.uah.es/Jmol/
> , and to the Wiki,
> and make it downloadable.
> I will appreciate any comments and, particularly, your testing it
> under non-Windows or less-
> frequent browsers, so that the code can be made bulletproof.
> Hope you enjoy it
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