Category Archives: tablet

ChemDraw, Chem3D dropped from iOS App store

☹️ I missed this one back in January, but I could sense it was coming. CambridgeSoft have dropped the iOS apps ChemDraw, Chem3D, and CDSL from the App Store. (admittedly I hadn’t heard of the last one at all). Together with … Continue reading

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(Ignore) Chemistryandcomputers site may look weird during theme tweaking

Due to the old theme displaying terribly on iPads I’m fiddling with alternatives. Appearance may change without warning!

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The Trouble with ChemDraw GIFs on Twitter

Update 8.51 PM. Some graphics were extending off RHS on iPads and other tablets. Phones and Desktop seems OK. Intermediate size WordPress mobile theme seems at fault. Have had to manually force some graphics to be smaller, ergo fuzzier. When clicked … Continue reading

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Word for iPad update

After being alerted via a TidBITS update, I just installed the updated Office for iPad into my Gen 3 iPad. As before most if not all editing functions require an Office 365 subscription but now at least printing via AirPrint … Continue reading

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My 30 second MS Office for iPad primer

1) Requires Office365 subscription for editing functionality 2) Can import Word, Excel, and Powerpoint files via iTunes on desktop 3) Can import Word, Excel, and Powerpoint files directly from iOS Mail attachments   4) Can email a Document unedited out of the … Continue reading

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ChemDraw for iPad mini review

So after a very short hands on – I bought it 2 hours ago, here’s is my summary of the new ChemDraw for iPad. 1) Quick and easy to use chemical drawing package 2) Definitely chemistry only – none of … Continue reading

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Pymol – Pages quick test

heres a quick workflow: 1) Pymol ray-trace 2) Copy to Clipboard 3) Paste into Pages 4) Share as PDF via email   extra for this post: 5) Convert on Desktop to JPG 6) insert into WordPress post editor

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