Chemical Compounds Modeler for XOOPS


Chemical Compounds Modeler

Download: http://sourceforge.net/projects/chronolabs/files/XOOPS%202.5/Modules/compounds/xoops2.4_compounds_2.18.zip/download

XOOPS SVN: https://sourceforge.net/p/xoops/svn/HEAD/tree/XoopsModules/compounds/

Compounds is a module for xoops 2.4. It utilizes some of the new features like decimal and floating point precision numbers to allow your end used to build compounds in XOOPS. A Compound is a combination of chemical periodical movements that allows for building larger chemical soups from.

The idea of this module is to generate a soup kitchen for compounds, see chemists don’t have blogs they have what is called a soup and compounds is a component of this for your XOOPS Site. If you would like to see a demonstration of this module goto my wifes site – http://www.chemical-reaction.biz.

The compounds module allows for dynamic building of alloys, cyclonic changes, isolinear particles and other forms of compounds. It has a dynamically assigned system and uses a symbolisation method to define display.

Features:

  • Multilingual Items
  • Compound Index Items
  • Wiki Style Processes
  • Easy to Use
  • Editable Periodical Table Symbolisation
  • Editable Particle Symbolisation
  • Editable Composite Symbolisation
  • Donation Payback System with Paypal
  • Paypal IPN
  • Selectable Editors

Installation

Download the lastest version from Chronolabs on Google code or off sourceforge. Unzip the archive you should have a folder called ‘htdocs’ in the unzipped location. Copy the contents of ‘htdocs’ folder to your CMS root path this is generally a folder called ‘public_html’ or ‘www’ on your FTP service of your website. Log into your CMS and goto the modules/applications installation section, this is generally in your system control area under modules. Click on the icon that represent installing the module. If all has behaved as need be then your module is installed. If your module requires a user licences, keys or a username then sign-up to the apprpriate sites and retreieve your keys or IDs (Links should be provided in the preferences) and paste the values into preferences. Now your right to go!

Upgrading

Download the lastest version from Chronolabs on Google code or off sourceforge. Unzip the archive you should have a folder called ‘htdocs’ in the unzipped location. Copy the contents of ‘htdocs’ folder to your CMS root path this is generally a folder called ‘public_html’ or ‘www’ on your FTP service of your website. Log into your CMS and goto the modules/applications installation section, this is generally in your system control area under modules. Click on the icon that represent upgrading the module. Your version number should no longer be in bold and would have changed!

Reporting a Bug

The google code section has an area for reporting bugs called issues. Any issue or bug you believe you are having that is not a result of your site services then please report it here. The URL for reporting bugs is as follows: https://sourceforge.net/p/chronolabs/tickets/?source=navbar

Please report the following:

 	a) Version of CMS 
 	b) Version of PHP
 	c) Version of MySQL
 	d) Services Software ie. Apache, Zeus etc.
 	e) Version of Software 
 	f) Error Messages 
 	g) Steps to reproduce 
 	e) Contact details for the team to get in touch should they need!

Conclusion:

I wrote this module over a few days a week when it started or so ago when I had no internet due to the bill. No chemical resources books or any have been used, the only chemistry book in the house is Simple Plants Isoquinolines by Dr. Alexander Shulgin (Which is about many things including making metal from plants).

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