I'm using IJC 5.5.1 with a local install. I also have MarvinBeans 5.5.1 installed, all under Win7 Pro.I want to copy structures from IJC (after having done a search) and paste them into a presentation. However, there is no Marvin OLE option in IJC, as opposed to stand-alone MarvinSketch. Changing to any of the other Copy formats just results ina bunch of coordinates being pasted. Am I missing something?
this is most likely caused by the problem in first released installers for 5.5.1. The installers could not run installdotnetapi.IJC.bat in the end of installation. Other functionalities in IJC 5.5.1 were not affected by this.
Current installers available on the website should fix your problem. Please try to re-install and let us know if it does not help. Thanks.
I reinstalled a fresh download but the problem remains. Attached are screenshots from the 'Copy as...' dialogs from within IJC and from stand-alone marvinSketch. As you can see, the Marvin Object (OLE) option is missing from the IJC dialog. I'm running the 64-bits version on Windows 7 Professional English SP1.
I am not sure what exacly is cousing it.
Installing .NET 4 and re-installing Marvin apps could help. Quite crude solution and why don't just use images instead?
We try to avoid this problem in future.
A 184.108.40.206 version of IJC is now available. This fixes faulty .NET API installers.
Sorry for any inconveniences.
I still have the same problem with 220.127.116.11, there is no Marvin Object (OLE) option under the Copy As...menu.
after several times trying to replicate this, I was successful and it has really unexpected behaviour. Fix for this is not the priority at present.
This .NET API features should be still considered as experimental (now I can see why). Please consider it so.
One more comment: if you only use JWS or ZIP package distribution, don't expect to use Marvin OLE object at all. But if you have IJC installed, it can work even with those distributions.
Thanks for letting us know anyway.
The .NET API functionality is _NOT_ experimental it is part of the mainstream fucntionality, and should be functioning correctly. This is inded a bug that we are trying to fix as soon as we can.
Sorry for any confusion caused.