On 09.04.18 13:29, andy pugh wrote:
> On 9 April 2018 at 04:37, Erik Christiansen <dva...@internode.on.net> wrote:
> > Having invested much effort in warping my brain to work with Eagle, I'm
> > reluctant to endure similar pain with Kicad.
> There may be more pain with KiCAD. It has a very odd user interface
> (specifically the way the mouse works)

Ah, thanks for the warning, Andy - it saves me trudging up the initial
slippery slope of the learning curve until futility wins out.
(I've just managed to gain planning approval for the
garage/workshop/accommodation out on the farm, after 5 months of
wrangling - not nearly so much with the local shire council as with the
fire authorities. Now I have to engage a building surveyor and pay him
to give me a hard time over the construction plans I've drawn up.
There'll be more paperwork and fees before my designs and calculations
are given building approval, so time to learn a new CAD package would be


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