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emf output and borders around labels
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Cees

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Link to postPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 2:06 amPost subject: emf output and borders around labels Reply with quote

fwiw
I was having difficulties producing emf output with mol.toBinFormat
It was always drawing a border around the atom labels and the whole structure (even when using jchem 5.0 now)
I just manually upgraded the freehep*.jar in jchem/lib to the latest version (2.1.1) and voila, perfect emf output.

Is it possible to bundle the next jchem distribution with the latest freehep's :-)
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Link to postPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 1:25 pmPost subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the info.
We will evaluate new Freehep and update it in Marvin /JChem ASAP.
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Link to postPosted: Wed Mar 26, 2008 11:33 amPost subject: Reply with quote

For your information: Freehep 2.1.1 is used from Marvin 5.0.1.
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Link to postPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 4:43 amPost subject: Reply with quote

I have checked that my version of freehep is 2.1.1, but the atom labels still appears. Did I miss any parameter when using molconvert.bat?

It seems that if I remove below lines from the mol file, the labels gone.

V 1 0
V 2 1
V 3 2
V 4 3
V 5 4
V 6 5
V 7 6
V 8 7
V 9 8

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Link to postPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 6:57 pmPost subject: Reply with quote

I have drawn the given structure into MarvinSketch then saved it and finally converted it into EMF with MolConverter. See the attached EMF file.
As you see, both atom labels and atom numbers are displayed.
I have called Molconverter with the following parameters:
Code:
molconvert.bat emf:w400,h400,anum emfexample.mrv -o emfexample.emf


I have used the latest Marvin (5.0.2_1) that is already use Freehep 2.1.1.
If labels do not display fine with your Marvin please check that you really use the latest one.
Run "MolConvert" without parameters, in this case the quick help of the application will be printed where the version number of the running MolConverter is also shown.
Please also check whether an earlier version of jchem.jar, MarvinBeans.jar or any jar from freehep API has rested in your CLASSPATH or not. If yes, remove them to avoid loading classes for new Marvin from old jars.



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