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Windows: Netscape version 4

Repeat the following steps for both the MIME types you are defining:-

i. MIME type chemical/x-pdb

  1. From the Edit option on the menubar select: Preferences.
  2. Locate the Navigator entry in the Category column on the left. If its arrow points to the right, then click on the arrow to open up the subentries Languages, Applications and possibly Smart Browsing. (If the arrow is pointing downwards, then these should already be listed below the Navigator entry).
  3. Click on Applications.
  4. Click on New and fill in the form as follows:-
    • Description: PDB files
    • File extension: pdb, ent
    • MIME Type: chemical/x-pdb
  5. Mark Launch the Application: and press the Browse... button.
  6. Navigate to the directory containing RasMol.
  7. Select the RasMol (probably called something like raswin32.exe) and click OK.
  8. Click OK in the bottom right hand corner of the "New Type" window.

ii. MIME type application/x-rasmol

  1. From the Edit option on the menubar select: Preferences.
  2. Locate the Navigator entry in the Category column on the left. If its arrow points to the right, then click on the arrow to open up the subentries Languages, Applications and possibly Smart Browsing. (If the arrow is pointing downwards, then these should already be listed below the Navigator entry).
  3. Click on Applications.
  4. Click on New and fill in the form as follows:-
    • Description: RasMol scripts (2)
    • File extension: rasmol
    • MIME Type: application/x-rasmol
  5. Mark Launch the Application: and press the Browse... button.
  6. Navigate to the directory containing RasMol.
  7. Select the RasMol (probably called something like raswin32.exe) and click OK.
  8. Click at the end of the Launch the Application text-box which should now read something like:-

      C:\rasmol\raswin32.exe

    depending on where your RasMol is located. Add " -script %1" at the end of the line to get:-

      C:\rasmol\raswin32.exe -script %1

  9. Click OK in the bottom right hand corner of the "New Type" window.

 

Roman Laskowski and Nicholas Keep, Mar 2004 spacer
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