BlueBasic - an amino acid colored font

Sarah K. Highlander, Ph.D. sarahh at bcm.tmc.edu
Thu Aug 1 11:41:11 EST 1996


Has anyone tried using these fonts? I have tried using them in MS Word 5.1a and it causes 
my system to crash. Also, clicking on some of the BlueBasic fonts within the font 
suitcases has caused type 11 errors. I'm running 7.5.3 on a PowerMac 7600/120 32 Mb RAM.
Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Sarah


> From: gosink at u.washington.edu (John Gosink)
> Subject: BlueBasic - an amino acid colored font
> Date: Thu, 04 Jul 1996 16:12:48 -0800
> 
> Hi,
> I've just made a font for use with multiple sequence alignments of
> amino acids. It's currently made for the Macintosh operating system. You
> use it just like any other font. It's based on the Courier font, but each
> of the letters are color coded as a mnemonic for the chemical natureor
> charge of the amino acid. I'm going to be very busy for the next monthor
> two, so I won't have much time to adjust it, but if you'd like to give
> it a try, please go to: 
> http://weber.u.washington.edu/~gosink/BlueBasic/AAFont.html 
> I'll be able to answer questions and take comments, but probably not as
> promptly as usual (a little thing called a dissertation came up :-)
> 
> -John
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

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