Julian,

The parts will (can) swap when you re-annotate the schematic
the best you can do is get them the way you want them and only
re-annotate '?' parts after that.

Darren Moore

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Julian Higginson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
> 
> Hey all,
> 
> An interesting problem - P99se SP6, Win2000:
> 
> I've made myself a custom LM393 schematic component. This is 
> a dual open
> collector comparator, consisting of two parts, 1 and 2. On 
> occasion, Protel
> seems to be swapping component parts around on me. Part 1 
> becomes a part 2,
> etc.... 
> 
> This has happened twice now. It happened a few minutes ago, 
> when I had just
> placed the components in the schematic, no wiring or 
> anything, and went to
> do an annotation. It also happened once a few days ago when 
> it swapped parts
> around that were already numbered and in circuit. I'm not 
> sure exactly when
> it did that, I just noticed they were swapped a few days ago 
> when going
> throught the schematic sheet looking for something else.
> 
> Its a "new" schematic file, but with part of the design cut 
> and pasted from
> another design. Most of the components I'm using are from the existing
> design too.
> 
> I have only 3 other multi part components in this design, and 
> they don't
> appear to be swapping about. I did not make these two, I 
> exported them from
> an existing schematic...... I'm pretty sure that there is 
> nothing weird
> about the schematic component I made, but then, why is it the 
> one being
> stuffed around like this?
> 
> Has anyone had this happen to them before? if so, how do I 
> fix the problem
> and stop it from hapenning again? 
> 
> Please help, I don't like the idea of component parts swapping around
> randomly on me!!! 
> 
> thanks,
> Julian

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