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You have the right to use and share this software without cost. For more information, see our software license and copyright.

Our activities take advantage of several freely available system components: Java, Quicktime for Java, and Macromedia Flash.

The primary engine of most of these models is the Molecular Workbench.

Below you will find:

Summary

For computers with one user
(ex. a personal machine)

For computers with multiple users
(ex. a computer in a lab)
  • Install Java
  • Install the Latest Version of Quicktime
  • Check your installation.
  • Install a Molecular Workbench launcher file.
  • Install the PedagogicaActivities folder (optional - only necessary to prevent delay during initial running of some activities)
  • Install Java
  • Install the Latest Version of Quicktime
  • Check your installation.
  • Install a Molecular Workbench launcher file.
  • Install the PedagogicaActivities folder
  • Set Permissions on the installed PedagogicaActivities folder so that all users have read and write permissions


Installation Test

You may have some of the above software already installed on your machine. To test for Java (with Java Web Start), and Quicktime for Java, press the button below.

A window should appear similar to the image shown here, indicating that Java Webstart works, your Java version is OK, Quicktime for Java is installed, and Quicktime is Enabled to play Flash media.


Problems?

If the "Webstart Works!" window appears, and all messages are green, then you only need to install the PedagogicaActivities folder. Below are installation instructions for this and other necessary components. Once all installations are complete you are ready to launch activities from the database.

Software installation instructions:

After doing the above installations, you should be ready to launch activities from the database. If you have any installation problems or questions, see our detailed software overview and installation notes, or contact Dan Damelin.


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