ok so now we have a challenge! (albeit a meaningless 
and stupid challenge which is always the best kind)

those pesky power symbols must coded in there somewhere!

time to start sniffing around the binary files

Dennis Saputelli

Leo Potjewijd wrote:
> 
> At 31-7-2004 13:34, Rolf Molitor wrote:
> >You can edit the power symbols like this:
> >Get the System Menu (down arrow) and select "Customize".
> >Right click the "Power objects" and select "Edit". There you see all your
> >actual power objects.
> >You can add new power objects here or change the existing ones with right
> >click and "New" or "Properties".
> >When you select "Properties" you will see what bitmap file this power object
> >uses. Just edit the bitmap to change the view of the power object.
> 
> Rolf,
> I probably am doing something wrong, but all I can edit when I follow you
> description is the button in the toolbar and not the actual power object
> itself as it appears on the schematic....
> 
> Leo Potjewijd
> hardware designer
> Integrated Engineering B.V.
> 
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> +31 20 4620700
> 

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