Just so you know, it was the brackets "[[[" that were causing the problem at boceprevir. Somehow it confuses the interpretation of the drugbox template. Putting the nowiki tag around it like "<nowiki>[[[</nowiki>" gets around the problem. Also, I'd like to say thanks for all your contributions to chemistry articles. Regards, -- Ed (Edgar181) 13:55, 29 May 2013 (UTC)
I will NOT get a Wiki account but this means that I cannot fix SMILES for things like LSD. Either allow my IP to access or get someone else. I've done 700 odd of these (my IP has changed a couple of times) and you ALL know the comment is standard to me.
- If you post any corrections to my talk page, I can make edits for you. Cheers! Enix150 (talk) 11:09, 15 June 2014 (UTC)
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Over the years, before I got an account, I think I tipped the 1000-page mark almost solely on pages regarding psychotropic drugs. If you look in talk section of each page before you change,
you might get some useful information. One Page that surely needs expanding is Viminol. If you read the recently added text on page (has been in Talk AGES but nobody looks, obviously). There are a large number of known analogues - 34 in just 1 patent. If you could produce a single image and simply by judicious use of the R1, R2 R.... marking standard? I realize that poperidine & pyrrolidine are tricky ones, but I think chem-office allows for dotted lines. We generally don't place the synthetic route to a compound unless A, it's something very interesting to research chemists or B, to show a comparison of possible routes.
I send my best wishes to you and to everyone you care for, DVW
Ref to patent after the name
Recent edits to Flubromazolam
Hello, and thank you for your recent contributions. I appreciate the effort you made for our project, but unfortunately I had to undo your edits because I believe the article was better before you made that change. Feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions. Thank you! Technopat (talk) 16:04, 4 October 2014 (UTC)
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