remoulder wrote:Google or the apps homepage if it exists, is probably your best bet.
remoulder wrote:Thanks for stepping in vortex59.
albert, it's probably easier if you add the PPA to your sources, then you can install via synaptic and get updates when they're posted. To do this open Software Sources, go to the Other Software tab, click Add and enter ppa:debichem/ppa, click Add source, then Close. You'll be asked to reload so say yes. When finished open mintupdate and you should find there's an update to the version you have already installed.
vortex59 wrote:You also need openbabel (translate different chemistry file types) installed and eigen2 (for some molecular mechanics optimizations I presume) both program and libraries. It's possible also to compile the program but you need more time and installations.
vortex59 wrote:Hi Albert!
I think the "Custom" field in "Label settings" in not yet useable. If you have programming skills you may look in the source files /avogadro-1.0.0/libavogadro/src/engines/ where there are three files labelengine.h, labelengine.cpp and labelsettingswidget.ui. I presume that if one can modify these files one may also activate in a way the Custom Label settings. But this also presume the recompilation of the sources. Maybe it's a better choice to try a dialog with the authors (http://avogadro.openmolecules.net/wiki/Main_Page).
albert wrote:I've installed the molecular visualization tool, Avogadro (0.9.7) and want to customize the labeling of individual atoms, however, when the settings, under label, is changed to "custom", nothing happens.
This is an extraordinary animation tool. It would be nice to find out how to change this setting. Or even the basics of the label file.