ctrl + scroll to zoom
hold shift for horizontal scroll
shift + drag to select multiple elements
Autosaves happen every second.
Feel free to use screenshots of the colour-coded elements in your textbook chapter.
Don't forget to save.
Live editing room ID:
Possible source paths: olam, main-group, earth-melting
Default property shown:
Possible properties: mass, state, melting, type, ie, note
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The app is intentionally in Times New Roman.
You can drag on the grid or scroll to pan around.
Hold ctrl (cmmd for Macs) while scrolling to zoom.
Hold shift while scrolling vertically to horizontally scroll.
Drag the Olamite element cards to move them.
Hold shift while dragging to select multiple elements; then you can drag one of the selected elements to move all of them at once.
If you start shift-dragging from an already-selected element, it will deselect the elements in the highlighted region instead.
Hold shift to select/deselect individual elements.
ctrl+click (cmmd for Macs) on the grid to place a note, then click on the note to edit the message.
Press backspace or delete to delete selected notes
shift-click the grid to clear your selection.
Drag your finger on the grid to pan around.
Use two fingers to zoom.
Use "select multiple" mode to select multiple element; you can use two fingers to pan around while in this mode. To drag the elements, you need to turn off this mode first.
Tap on the grid to add a note.
Thanks to TogetherJS, you can work on the same periodic table at the same time.
In the "Generate URL" section above, make up a room ID and then click "generate"; then send the URL to your groupmates.
If you don't want random people joining, set the room ID to something hard to guess, like a random string of numbers and letters.
OlamREEE (three e's; pronounced "oh-lahm REEEEEE") was made by Sean 0 year(s) ago, the same person who made UGWA and posted surviv.io on Schoology.
This web app is open-sourced on Github; you can submit bug reports and questions there as issues or as emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Colour gradients to show melting points were made possible thanks to chroma.js.
Live editing was made possible thanks to TogetherJS.
Dark theme by Steven.
Thanks to Dr. Mellows for this rather intriguing project :)