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Molecular Viewer Plugin

This plugin displays three-dimensional representations of molecules. It works with all major browsers, on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Here are some screenshots:

Space Filling
Ball and Stick

Browsers include: Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, SeaMonkey, Flock, K-Meleon, Maxthon, Avant, AOL Explorer, Deepnet Explorer, Camino, OmniWeb, iCab, Shira, Epiphany, Konqueror, Galeon.
On operating systems: Windows XP/Vista/7 RC (both 32bit and 64bit), Mac OS X v10.3.9 and up, both PowerPC and Intel, Linux on Intel/AMD 32bit and 64bit.


For users of a web browser who wish to be able to see molecules which have been embedded into web pages, please go to the download page to install the plugin version appropriate to their browser and operating system. Currently over thirty of the most popular combinations are supported.

If you simply wish to add molecules to your HTML pages, please view the Basic Guide.

For webmasters who wish to include various types of molecular data in their web pages, please view the User's Guide to see syntax and examples.

Reviews and Alternative Download Locations

Release Notes

Released v1.0.3 2011-10-04
Fix for msi files thanks to information supplied by Joachim Nielandt. Changes to the xpi structure to support Firefox and Gecko 10.0 alpha.

Released v1.0.2 2011-03-14
Changes to the xpi structure to support Firefox 4.0. Some performance improvements and bug fixes.

Released v1.0.1 2011-01-03
Support for the latest Firefox versions. Some performance improvements and bug fixes.

Released v1.0.0 2009-07-31
The plugin supports: Windows 32-bit (XP,Vista,7,...) and 64-bit. Also Mac OS X on powerpc, intel and universal. Also Linux x86 both 32-bit and 64-bit. There were some problems with the Mac OSX install, fixed on 2009-08-20.

Feature Request List


If you find a problem, mistake or bug, please email us at: Please try to include information about the browser and operating system that you are using, and a link to a page that demonstrates the problem.

If you are having a problem with the plugin, you might check this section: Scarlet Line Molecular Viewer Plugin Troubleshooting