|What you need on your computer to view this
|An Internet-Ready Windows PC running Windows 95,
98 or NT 4.0, or MacOS 7/8.
||Unix workstations can also be used if available.
Modem connections at 14.4k or faster to connect a computer at home
are acceptable for viewing the conference.
|A World-Wide Web browser. We recommend Netscape
Navigator version 3.0X, or Netscape Navigator/Communicator version
4.05, suitably configured to read
papers and posters and to browse through e-mail discussions. This
software is available for all the major platforms. If you acquired
these instructions by means other than using Netscape itself, you
should try to establish whether your computing support service has
||Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 4.0 is an
alternative to Netscape. If you are also using Chime, some features
may work correctly.
|We recommend Chemscape
Chime version 2 as a Netscape (Windows only; for Mac use V 1.0)
or IE (Windows only) plug-in. Place this in the "plug-ins" folder
and start the Browser. No further configuration is needed.
||Other excellent alternatives to Chime include WebLab Viewer and ChemSymphony
|The molecule editor JME makes use of both
enabled in your browser preferences
||Some articles might use VRML. If you wish to take
advantage of these, we recommend you acquire CosmoPlayer Software.