Hi Paul and Angel,
Thank you. I think I will use both screeshots and what Angel suggested about inserting Jmol image into the page. Thank you.
> From: Paul Pillot <paul.pillot@...>
> The blank square printing issue depends on the browser you use, but the results are rarely consistent.
> There is a css trick to hide the applet tag when printing
> From: " Angel Herr?ez " <angel.herraez@...>
> The alternative is to generate an image and insert it in the page
> (you could even replace the applet with the image so that the printed
> page looks the same).
> I would expect that a screenshot is the best you can get in any case.
> After all, the applet writes to the screen and the screen is a low
> resolution device.
> You could work on this:
> 1- expand the applet to a bigger size
> 2- get an image from Jmol
> 3- insert the image back into the page, either to the large size or
> resized to the small size.
> But if you want a good resolution, I think that printing the page is
> not going to be the solution. You should save an image file from Jmol
> at large size.
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