||Displays a message box with the
specified text, and waits for the user to click OK.
|TIMEDMSG [n] <msg>W
||Displays a message box similar to the
MSG command, but the message disappears automatically after a
specified number of seconds. For example: TIMEDMSG 10 "This message
will disappear automatically after 10 seconds."
[size [style r g b]]
||Changes the current font. Any boxes
created subsequently adopt this font. Follow the keyword with a
name from your Windows font list, followed optionally by (a) font
size in points (default is 8); (b) style from the list below
(default is 0, or plain text); (c) color, as three values for red,
green, blue, each ranging from 0 to 255 (default is 0,0,0, or
Font styles are sums of bold (1), italic (2), and underline (4).
Thus a style value of 1 means bold, 3 means bold+italic, 6 means
italic+underline, and so on.
||Briefly displays the periodic table
window, then closes it. The window will be displayed for the amount
of time specified (1 decisecond = 0.1 second). If the duration is
omitted, it will be displayed for four seconds.
||Closes the active form. This command
is similar to FILE CLOSE, but automatically discards any changes
instead of prompting the user what to do.
||Closes the Table View window for the current form.
If a subform is active, it returns the subform to form view.
||Allows you to modify ChemFinder 's basic settings,
including most of those found in the Preferences dialog and several
that cannot be accessed in any other way. See the online help for a
complete listing of parameters that can be SET.
||Will attempt to standardize the bond lengths and
angles of the current molecule. It is the same as opening the
molecule in ChemDraw, and selecting the Clean Up Structure
||Displays a list of all valid CAL commands. The
valid parameter types are listed for each command, as is a brief
|GET [v] sectionnumber,
||Retrieves a value from the ChemFinder.ini file.
Follow the keyword with a variable name and the section and item
number of the value you want to retrieve.
||Plays a .wav file you specify.
|SYSMETRIC [v] index
||Rretrieves the specified system metric into a