Element selection The element selection lets you choose which element you want to draw with. You can either chose between C, H, N, O, P, S, or you can click on PSE to open up a periodic table and select … Read More
Adding a text box Select the text box tool in the toolbar and click on a empty spot on the drawing area. Editing a text box Select the text box tool in the toolbar and click inside a text box. … Read More
By clicking on an empty spot and dragging a selection frame is shown. Everything within this frame gets selected. By holding the shift key more elements can be added or removed to a selction by clicking on elements or click-dragging … Read More
Drawings can be safed either as msf binary file or as msfx XML-File. MoleculeSketch offers autosave and versioning by default.
Selected object that show a rotation knob inside the selection frame can be rotate. Just turn the knob around or use a two finger rotation gesture.
Adding and editing reaction arrows Select the reaction arrow tool in the toolbar. Click and drag to add a simple reaction arrow. By clicking on an existing arrow you can change between simple and equilibrium arrow. By rigth-clicking on an … Read More
General panel change the background color of the drawing area. If the color of atoms, bonds or drawings match the new background color the colors are adapted. enable or dissable position helper while drawing bonds. enable or dissable different warnings. … Read More
With the selection tool (see below, highlighted in green) from the toolbar first select molecules, atoms, bonds or drawings that you wish to mirror horizontally or vertically. Afterwards push the corresponding flip button in the tool bar (highlighted in red). … Read More
MoleculeSketch Preferences Set default values for background color, atoms, bonds, text boxes and drawings File Save and open Files Edit Undo/Redo, Copy/Paste Drawings Show/Hide all C-Atoms Decide, if all carbon atom labels should be shown Show/Hide all missing hydrogen atoms … Read More
The mass or molecular formula of a selection of atoms can be calculated from the menubar item “Tools”. For each option a text box will be added beneath the selection.