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>The Protel ASCII database is self-documenting (which is why it can be a 
>*huge* file), but it can be very handy for dealing with obscure problems. 
>All Protel users should be aware that it is possible to directly edit the 
>ASCII database; naturally, one should always keep backups of the database 
>when attempting to edit it directly, because there can be subtle 
>interactions between data elements easily overlooked, and a slip of the 
>keys could make a database unloadable. But there is definitely no harm in 
>using a text editor to find a rogue primitive!!!

I would love to export library files as ascii to!!!
Protel, are you listening??
BTW, I hope "Phoenix" still has an ascii export.

Edi Im Hof


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