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    1. Mercury's Script interface supported platforms

      Solution:

      ​As the Script menu in Mercury is a link to the CSD Python API, it is only supported ont he platforms for which the CSD Python API is supported. These include:  * Windows Vista, 7 and 8  * Linux 32-bit and 64-bit:      * RedHat Enterprise 6 and 6      * SuSe Linux Enterprise 11 * * Debian 5, 6, and 7 * * CentOS 5, 6, and 7 * OS X 10. more...
      Product(s): Mercury
      Categories: Product Information

    1. How do I create a 3D printable model file using Mercury?

      Solution:

      3D printable model files can now be generated directly from Mercury for use with either a local 3D printer or a web-based 3D printing service. To generate 3D printable model files, go to File in the top-level menu and choose Print in 3D... then select your preferred output file format and scale before clicking on Generate. more...
      Product(s): Mercury
      Categories: Software Usage

    1. How do I generate a movie using Mercury?

      Solution:

      High-resolution images are ideal for posters, reports and publications, but sometimes you need to get across a truly three-dimensional structural concept. For this kind of situation, generation of movies can be particularly helpful. To do this in Mercury, go to File in the top-level menu and choose POV-Ray Image. more...
      Product(s): Mercury
      Categories: Software Usage

    1. How do I produce high-resolution, high-impact images using Mercury?

      Solution:

      Mercury provides an intuitive option for ray-traced image rendering, which results in high quality graphics that are ideal for presentations, publications, posters and reports. To generate images, go to File in the top-level menu and choose POV-Ray Image... then select your preferred image output dimensions and click on Render. more...
      Product(s): Mercury
      Categories: Software Usage

    1. I am unable to use the CSD System 2015 or Mercury 3.5 on Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite)

      Solution:

      ​Updating to Mac OS X 10.10 can cause an existing XQuartz installation to become corrupted. This in turn will prevent CSD System 2015 from starting correctly.   To resolve this issue, re-install XQuartz from: http://xquartz.macosforge.org/landing/ more...
      Product(s): ConQuest, CSD System, Mercury, Mercury, IsoStar, Mogul, PreQuest
      Categories: Runtime Error

    1. Use of CSD System 2014 or Mercury 3.3 on Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) or 10.10 (Yosemite)

      Solution:

      ​To use the CSD System 2014 on Mac OS X 10.9 or 10.10 you should install the patch available here (it is the last entry on the list): http://www.ccdc.cam.ac.uk/SupportandResources/Downloads/pages/ProtectedDownloadAgreement.aspx?d=53 For Mercury 3.3, the installer comes with this patch already aplied to allow use with Mac OS X 10. more...
      Product(s): Mercury
      Categories: Software Usage

    1. How do I edit & re-run a Crystal Packing Feature search?

      Solution:

      If you have run a Crystal Packing Feature search using Mercury, you can edit and re-run that search either by clicking on Options > Edit within the Searches tab of Mercury or by clicking on Edit Search within the Post Search Options tab of Mercury.Mercury version 3.5.1 will now remember all the constraints applied during the Packing Feature search set-up including change to element types, number of hydrogens, number of bonds, charge and cyclicity as well as the 3D query itself. more...
      Product(s): Mercury
      Categories: Software Usage

    1. How do I export CSD search data from ConQuest to Mercury for Data Analysis?

      Solution:

      If you have run a search of the CSD using ConQuest, you can export the text and numeric data to Mercury for analysis along with the 3D structural information by clicking on Analyse Hitlist > Analyse Data or selecting File > Analyse Data in Mercury from the top-level menu.   Mercury version 3. more...
      Product(s): ConQuest, Mercury
      Categories: Software Usage

    1. Which platforms are supported?

      Solution:

      The executables supplied with the 2015 release, are supported on the following platforms and operating systems: Windows - Intel compatible Windows XP/Vista/7 and 8 Linux - Intel compatible, 32 bit: RedHat Enterprise 5, 6 and 7 SuSE Linux Enterprise [Desktop|Server] 11 Debian 5, 6 and 7 CentOS 5, 6 and 7 Note: As we add support for newer versions of Linux, support for older versions may have to be withdrawn. more...
      Product(s): ConQuest, Mercury, Mogul, IsoStar, PreQuest, CSD System
      Categories: Product Information

    1. How can I automate the CSD System installation process?

      Solution:

      The installer takes a number of command line switches that can be used to make the installation automatic and silent. A typical unattended install command would resemble one of the following for linux, Windows or Mac OS X:$ csds-5.35-linux-installer.run --mode unattended --unattendedmodeui none --prefix /local/csds_v535 setup-windows. more...
      Product(s): ConQuest, IsoStar, Mercury, Mogul, CSD System
      Categories: Installation

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