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Release Notes for
FELIX Desktop 2004
FELIX Desktop 2004 is the Windows©
version of FELIX 2004, Accelrys' leading software for offline
processing and analysis of NMR spectra, on Linux. The functionality
in the Windows version is the same as for the UNIX/Linux version
for common modules. FELIX Analytical and FELIX Model are not available
within FELIX Desktop 2004.
If you are reading these release notes as a printout, directly from
a CD, or from a local disk after unloading it from a CD, more
recent information may be available from the Accelrys website.
You can access the latest version of these release notes at: http://www.accelrys.com/doc/life/felix2004W/rn_felix2004W.html
What's new | Release
contents | System requirements | Installation
| Known issues
The following enhancements are available in FELIX Desktop 2004:
The FELIX Desktop 2004 distribution includes the following
|Contains the FELIX product and all included
modules, including PDF documentation.
Please refer to the Getting Started
online or hardcopy, for useful information about this
release and tutorials to help you start working with this
HTML and PDF versions of FELIX Desktop 2004 documentation
are available from the Accelrys website at:
For additional documentation on licensing, refer to the
Accelrys License Guide shipped with your software
or see the latest information and downloads at the Accelrys
Please contact Accelrys Support for assistance with
installing this software.
FELIX Desktop 2004 requires the following minimum configuration.
Windows 2000 SP3 or SP4; Windows XP SP1.
- 1 GHz Pentium III or higher (x86 or x86-64 Intel-compatible
- 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: Accelrys recommends Nvidia graphics cards
| Bug ID
FELIX now automatically opens a dba file on startup with
names likeuntitled1.dba, untitled2.dba, etc. In time these
files could accumulate
Workaround: If you have not explicitly saved information
in these untitled files then they may be safely deleted.
When a dialog box is displayed, pressing the
<Enter> key does not close the dialog box.
Workaround: Sometimes pressing the <Tab>
key one or more times will highlight the OK button.
When the OK button is highlighted, you can press
<Enter> to close the dialog box.
|Using the annotation tool, when a line is drawn (regular,
plumb, horizontal, or vertical), it is shown with an arrow
head on it. If the line is moved (using the move region option)
or the annotation tool is exited, the arrow head disappears.
Up/down arrow keys may operate unexpectedly.
The up/down arrow keys were not designed for use
with a 2D display of a 2D matrix. On the PC using
these keys causes the selection in the plot type
pulldown to scroll through the various choices,
often ending up blank.
Please report bugs and comments directly to Accelrys Support
by emailing detailed information to email@example.com
in the US, firstname.lastname@example.org
in Europe, and email@example.com
Copyright 2001 - 2005, Accelrys Inc.
Updated 6 January 2005.