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Re: Chemistry Library For Dia



On Fri, 25 Oct 2002, Robert Smith wrote:
> I am gradually producing a library of chemistry shapes for Dia. These
> include basic structures such as bonds (double, triple, single, double
> single dotted etc.), small numbers, basic greek characters, arene shapes,
> angled bonds for making shapes such as kekules benzene etc. The library
> almost halves the time that it takes me to produce chemical diagrams.
> 
> When it is finished is there any place specifically that I can place this
> library on the web or in the cvs tree etc so that it can be accessed by
> other people, or even perhaps integrated into the progams libraries as
> standard?

If you post a pointer to the files here, we can certainly include it in the
standard distribution.  So far, we just add sheets in, though in the near
future we will have to come up with something smarter.  I'd love to see
chemical shapes in Dia.

-Lars

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