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    Re: opening .mkl file
    Submitted by Molekel Admin; posted on Tuesday, March 04, 2008
    You should use Molekel 4.3 to visualize .mkl files.



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    opening .mkl file
    Submitted by Herbert Fruchtl; posted on Monday, March 03, 2008
    When I try to open an mkl file (created by ORCA's orca_2mkl utility, with the express purpose of viewing with MOLEKEL), I get the following error: Cannot read file: /home/hf63/Dendrimers_2/Charges_and_geometries/POSS-vbp0-zindo.mkl with OpenBabel Is this format not supported (the ORCA manual advertises the utility program explicitly for using MOLEKEL), or do I have to open it some other way? Thanks in advance, Herbert
    Re: opening .mkl file
    Submitted by Molekel Admin; posted on Tuesday, March 04, 2008
    You should use Molekel 4.3 to visualize .mkl files.
    Re: opening .mkl file
    Submitted by greib; posted on Thursday, July 10, 2008
    Well is it possible to convert any .mkl files to one of the new openbabel formats? I have lots of .mkl files but would like to use the new features and even if I had to convert them it would be easier than rebuilding new files from scratch. Thanks in advance for any info or script to achieve this.

     

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