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  • Modified ticket #238 on Jmol

    Default background color

  • Posted a comment on ticket #238 on Jmol

    Hi Anton I understand you mean the Jmol Application (and not the web object, JSmol, which already has such possibility) The big question is where would that preference be stored. Right now, you have two possible solutions: 1. Define a macro (which is stored in your disk) and invoke it (every time) via the Jmol top menu. See http://wiki.jmol.org/index.php/Macro 2. Create a script file that applies the color and invoke Jmol.jar calling that script. See http://wiki.jmol.org/index.php/Jmol_Application#Loading_files_and_running_scripts...

  • Created ticket #596 on Jmol

    load filter 2D should not display the same 2D warning

  • Posted a comment on ticket #236 on Jmol

    Hi, Sri Devan We will need some more details: 1. What is RSRZ values? 2. Where ae those values stored? Is there a file format that includes them? You might load any data using the "load data" or "data" command; of course Jmol need to know which atom each datum belongs to.

  • Modified ticket #594 on Jmol

    MOL2 reader interprets HO3 as Holmium

  • Created ticket #594 on Jmol

    MOL2 reader interprets HO3 as Holmium

  • Posted a comment on ticket #591 on Jmol

    I've just sent Maria a private email with my test (working fine in 14.14.1)

  • Posted a comment on ticket #591 on Jmol

    Aha, the ModelKit mode. That detail is important to know. (By the way, nothing was attached to the post) I have just tried in Jmol 14.6.4 and it works well. 14.7.0 also works In Jmol 14.14.1 : it works fine too I guess you may have a problem with the way to add atoms, not with the new element itself

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