New Devprev Puzzle!

We've posted a new [DEVPREV] RNA puzzle for players to try out Foldit with nucleic acids. Foldit tools that previously caused crashes with RNA have been either fixed or disabled, and we introduced several changes to improve the Shake tool. We'd appreciate if devprev players could try out this puzzle, and let us know if you encounter any issues!

(Tue, 12/12/2017 - 22:33  |  5 comments)
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See puzzle 1434

See the comments for 1434: Classroom Puzzle: Phosphates in Biology for more. Unfortunately, solutions from 1434 can't be loaded into the current RNA puzzle.

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bands are difficult to stick to atoms

in addition,it would be convenient that tab, when pointing to an
atom, would give the atom number .
band length adjustment should open a window with a ruler up to
1000 and not limited to 10.

Joined: 05/19/2009
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Switching tracks shows LOADING screen

Switching tracks (or creating tracks) shows the LOADING splash screen. This is **undesirable** as it changes the screen color and content to the splash screen, then reverts back to what you were doing. This is not only very distracting but also costs bandwidth over the net when running remote clients. Please remove the splash screen !

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The popup that appears when

The popup that appears when logging in (little black popup with just the text "Logging in...") is far more appropriate for the "loading" popup.

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Thanks for the feedback - I've forwarded it to the relevant people working on the loading screens.

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