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bug #21966: Reassigned to another tracker [was: Export to xymtex format]

Submitted by:  Carl van Tonder <seeitcoming>
Submitted on:  Sun 06 Jan 2008 09:37:21 PM UTC  
 
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Sun 26 Sep 2010 07:37:13 AM UTC, comment #5:

THIS ITEM WAS REASSIGNED TO BUG #31131


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Jean Bréfort <jean_brefort>
Project Administrator
Tue 08 Jan 2008 05:48:40 PM UTC, comment #4:

Nothing planned. You can copy one molecule to a new file and save it. I don't know any software able to save only part of the current document. Of course it is possible to add a "Save selection" menu item.

Jean Bréfort <jean_brefort>
Project Administrator
Tue 08 Jan 2008 03:23:30 PM UTC, comment #3:

Fair enough. Is there any planned feature to export a selection? I.e. do I have to create a new file for each molecule?

Carl van Tonder <seeitcoming>
Tue 08 Jan 2008 08:02:53 AM UTC, comment #2:

The correct way is, of course, to export directly to laztex or plain tex, not xymtex or any other high level macros package.

Jean Bréfort <jean_brefort>
Project Administrator
Mon 07 Jan 2008 07:26:15 AM UTC, comment #1:

It is probably not impossible to export to xymtex, but really not easy. It would need an extensive analysis of the chemical frameworks. GChemPaint only knows atoms and bonds, while xymtext uses macros as Ypyranose. May be with another package.
The best way (AFAIK) to export a GChemPaint file to latex is to export an encapsulated postscript image, using the "Save as image" menu entry. I have read that some people use pdf files instead, but I never tried.

Jean Bréfort <jean_brefort>
Project Administrator
Sun 06 Jan 2008 09:37:21 PM UTC, original submission:

THIS ITEM WAS REASSIGNED TO BUG #31131
Is it possible in some future version to export to a format that is directly includable in a latex file? The exact package used is not vital, but xymtex seems fairly complete. Failing that, is there some other way of easily including gchempaint formulae in latex documents?

Carl van Tonder <seeitcoming>

 

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    Date Changed By Updated Field Previous Value => Replaced By
    Sun 26 Sep 2010 07:37:14 AM UTCjean_brefortReassign ItemGChemPaint, bug #21966=>Gnome Chemistry Utils, bug #31131

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