On Mon, 26 Feb 2001 13:42:51 EST, you wrote:

>> TIP: The "Q_..." name convention for symbols allows for all devices to be
>> easily found in one area of the library without exhaustive searches.
>> Similarly I use "U_..." for all IC devices, "D_..." for all diodes, "X_..."
>> for crystals, etc.
 
>Now THERE's a convention that Protel ought to use in their libraries. If it's 
>okay, with you, I do believe I'll steal that idea and add it to my whole 
>personal library next time I get a little break between jobs. 


Am I missing something? I can only think of one case where that would be
vaguely useful which is when you don't have the symbol you need and want to
see a list of possibly similar symbols to copy from. 

>It will save 
>others from reinventing the wheel because they can't FIND the wheel, too!

I would just type *wheel* in the filter box. 


Cheers, Terry.

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