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Test for the Jmol Extension for MediaWiki

Pop-up models

A user action will open a popup window with a model.

jmolFile tag ✓

The link cyclohexane will open a popup window displaying Chair.cml taken from this wiki

<jmolFile text='cyclohexane'>Chair.cml</jmolFile>

jmolMol tag ✓

The link in your coffee will open a popup window displaying caffeine. También algo en el café

<jmolMol text='something in your coffee'>caffeine</jmolMol>

and something in vinegar

jmolSmiles tag ✓

The link nitrobenzene will open a popup window displaying nitrobenzene

<jmolSmiles text='nitrobenzene'>c1ccccc1[N+](=O)[O-]</jmolSmiles>

jmolPdb tag ✓

The link adipocyte lipid binding protein will open a popup window displaying 1ab0.pdb. Esta es una proteína que une lípidos

<jmolPdb text='adipocyte lipid binding protein'>1ab0</jmolPdb>

jmolAppletButton tag ✓

jmolAppletLink tag ✓

Adipocyte lipid binding protein

Pop-in models

User action will insert a model within the page.

jmolAppletInlineButton tag ✓

Using urlContents

jmolAppletInlineLink tag ✓

Using uploadedFileContents


In-page models

A model is inserted as part of the page at page load time.

jmolApplet tag

Using uploadedFileContents ✓

A model stored in a file in this wiki

Chair conformation of cyclohexane

Using urlContents ✓

A file retrieved from the PDB

Murine adipocyte lipid binding protein at pH 4.5 (1AB0.pdb)

Using inlineContents ✓

This is 1-propanol

Using wikiPageContents ✓

Data read from the page Models/2-propanol

This is 2-propanol

Using script ✓

This box might hold a 3D model