Standardizer History of Changes

July 25th, 2016: Standardizer 16.7.25


  • Error in template based clean of reactions was fixed.

September 14th, 2015: Standardizer 15.9.14


  • Standardizer command line application returns proper exit status code if Standardizer license is missing or is invalid.

June 22th, 2015: Standardizer 15.6.22


  • Strip salts action doesn't remove all components from the molecule. It leaves at least one component, even if it is a salt defined in the salt dictionary.

May 11th, 2015: Standardizer 15.5.11


  • Mixture brackets were removed when Transform action modified a structure inside the mixture brackets.

April 13th, 2015: Standardizer 15.4.13


  • Ungroup S-groups action removed coordinate bonds from ferrocene.

February 2nd, 2015: Standardizer 15.2.2


  • Bugfixes in Clean 2D action.

January 19th, 2015: Standardizer 15.1.19


  • Partial 2D clean (Clean 2D action) did not work.

  • Clean 3D action did not work in Standardizer application and Standardizer command line application. Clean 3D did not work via API when final clean was invoked.

November 17th, 2014: Standardizer 14.11.17


  • Clean 2D action options were not shown in Standardizer configuration editor.

November 10th, 2014: Standardizer 14.11.10


  • Renaming Transform actions did not work in some cases. [error report]

August 4th, 2014: Standardizer 14.8.4


  • Some standardizer actions (Transform, Strip Salts, Remove Solvents) required Structure Search license besides Standardizer license.

July 21th, 2014: Standardizer 14.7.21

New features and Improvements

  • Convert Wedge Interpretation standardizer action was removed from Standardizer. Remove it from all of your standardzier configurations.

July 7th, 2014: Standardizer 14.7.7

New features and Improvements

  • More convenient solvent removal with the new Remove Solvents action.


  • Standardizer requires significantly less memory. Occasional out of memory errors were eliminated.

  • GUI layout fixes.

Please visit this page for History of changes relating older JChem versions.