Thanks to this combination, now a much more reliable search for alternative structures is possible.
Kekule.js has the capability of also drawing arrows into structures, a feature that we are putting to use for WebCocon. Now it is possible to define correlations by drawing arrows between carbons. If the arrows are left uncolored, the system automatically verifies the possible correlations that could fit the arrow, and includes them into the correlations list. Colored arrows can be used to specifically define certain correlations. More details follow soon.