Saturday, November 17, 2012

Building molecules using fragments in Avogadro

A new version (1.1.0) of Avogadro was released recently and contains a very useful new building tool, where molecule-fragments can be added to selected atoms.  The screencast shows how.

Remember: please cite the Avogadro paper if you use Avogadro in research that leads to a publication

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Anonymous said...

I really like Avogadro, because it's faster than X11 off-campus. My complaint is that it's still not stable enough on Windows 7.

Jan Jensen said...

Yes, I hear crashing is a major problem for many. I encourage you to submit crash reports at:

It's the only way to improve the situation

Geoff Hutchison said...

Our other big problem is that we simply don't have any Windows developers. So it's very hard for us to track bugs on Windows. Generally, we've found the problem is with video drivers.

But please, please submit bug reports!