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SDB:ChemSketch with wine
The clean solution is to run a start up line like
wine start /MAX 'C:\Program Files\ACD\CHEMSK.EXE which forces the window size and then adjust the size of the ChemSketch drawing document. You have to save a *.mol file to disk and reopen it with SHOW3D.EXE to get 3D molecular displays.
The following shell script corrects for the issues of having minimised programs all over the place that would otherwise muck things up and makes things run smoothly from the Kickoff Application launcher
#!/bin/bash # Chemsketch 12 for Linux, written by Pawel Tokarz, modified mlj #!/bin/sh SERVICE1='CHEMSK.EXE' if ps ax | grep -v grep | grep $SERVICE1 > /dev/null then echo "$SERVICE1 service running, kill it" pkill $SERVICE1 echo "$SERVICE1 has PID of:"; else echo "$SERVICE1 is not running" fi SERVICE2='SHOW3D.EXE' if ps ax | grep -v grep | grep $SERVICE2 > /dev/null then echo "$SERVICE2 service running, kill it" pkill $SERVICE2 else echo "$SERVICE2 is not running" fi #run Chemsketch 12 #you must write your own (windows) path to the exe file, although start also has a linux path option. sleep 1 wine start /MAX 'C:\Program Files\ACD\CHEMSK.EXE' #Or alternatively wine start /MAX 'C:\Program Files\ACD\SHOW3D.EXE' should be #put in another shell script to run every time you want a 3D structural model