OpenOffice.org Chemistry

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Provider:
OOChemistry Project
Maintainer:
annulen
Rating:
5

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Source code:
http://oochemistry.git.sourceforge.net/git/gitweb-index.cgi
Post date:
Monday, 8 March, 2010 - 15:23
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Compatible with OpenOffice 4: Unknown
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Compatible with OpenOffice 4.x?

Every chemist willing to use Linux inevitably faces one serious problem: chemical diagrams cannot be inserted into the text in editable way they are used to use in MS Windows.

In MS Windows there is OLE interface (ActiveX, DCOM or how them call it), and one can use any of existing GUI-based editors to create, embed into the document and than edit formulae. In *nix-like systems there are no (native) OLE-like interfaces, so, objects, created by external software, can only be embedded into documents as non-editable graphic objects.

Goal of OpenOffice.org Chemistry is to provide OLE integration of OpenOffice.org with chemical software. Currently only JChemPaint is supported

OpenOffice.org Chemistry

Version Operating system Compatibility Release date
0.1 System Independent 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 15/03/2010 - 09:15 More information Download

Comments

Was looking for this. Together with SuperbChemistry this one makes the life of a chemistry teacher very simple. Nice structures, sometimes have to start again, because it didn't do what I want, but after a little struggle in the beginning I am very glad with it. Have a bit of a problem with rotating the structures, but that would be a beginners problem. Is (in contrast with what I was perhaps suggesting) an intuitive interface. Play with it, it's nice.