There is no absolute _must_ to modify teh built-in symbols, but the ones I created have no electrical hotspot and tend to get off-grid when I move them around on the schematic...
I _know_ that by making the pin 'visible' there will be a hotspot, but then it also wants a footprint and shows up on BOMs.....
I know, I know, I'm just being silly here.....
At 2-8-2004 22:43, John A. Ross [RSDTV] wrote:
> -----Original Message----- > From: Dennis Saputelli [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 8:57 PM > To: Protel EDA Forum > Subject: Re: [PEDA] changing power symbols > > according to Leo they don't meet his drawing standards > requirements in the Netherlands
That's what I was meaning as I an mot sure what additional symbols are actually needed, NL is only a
puddle jump away from me and I have worked well with Dutch companies before and never been asked for
any additional symbols or had any other drafting conventions specified even when I was using
UltiCap/UltiBoard, an EDA package by a Dutch company! Which only had circle/bar power objects as
default but you could create your own.
I am actually a bit more curious on what additional symbols are needed than the process to do it.
> "John A. Ross [RSDTV]" wrote: > > > > Dennis > > > > Other than for the pure heck of it (as you say, sometimes a valid > > reason :-) ), what other graphic symbols are actually > needed for a power port ? > > > > We have bar/circle/arrow/earth.... > > > > Leo, what additional symbols were you after in your original post ? > > > > John > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: Dennis Saputelli [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 4:27 PM > > > To: Protel EDA Forum > > > Subject: Re: [PEDA] changing power symbols > > > > > > 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 > > > > > > > > > > -- > > > ______________________________________________________________ > > > _________ > > > Integrated Controls, Inc. Tel: 415-647-0480 EXT 107 > > > 2851 21st Street Fax: 415-647-3003 > > > San Francisco, CA 94110 www.integratedcontrolsinc.com > > > > > > > > > > > > > > -- > ______________________________________________________________ > _________ > Integrated Controls, Inc. Tel: 415-647-0480 EXT 107 > 2851 21st Street Fax: 415-647-3003 > San Francisco, CA 94110 www.integratedcontrolsinc.com > > >
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