[PEDA] Wheel Mouse Setup

2001-12-08 Thread HxEngr
I've been listening to you guys using the wheel mouse, so when I ordered a new system I added a wheel mouse. It works fine for scrolling up and down documents, including Protel. But I thought someone said they had reconfigured it so the wheel controlled zoom, which sounds ideal for Protel. I

Re: [PEDA] Wheel Mouse Setup

2001-12-08 Thread Dwight Harm
Steve, here's a comment from my archive that might help: -Original Message- From: Frances Wheeler Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2001 5:10 PM To: Multiple recipients of list proteledausers Subject: Re: [PROTEL EDA USERS]: Imperial - Metric Wheel Mouse That is easy -- assign the wheel

[PEDA] HI!

2001-12-08 Thread Mariano Méndez

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2001-12-08 Thread Tony Karavidas
There are dozens (if not hundreds) of footprints for seven segment displays. You need to choose a physical display you want to use and MAKE a footprint for it. If you're lucky, it might be in a library already. Tony -Original Message- From: Mariano M ndez [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

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2001-12-08 Thread Mariano Méndez
Ok, but in wich library??? With wich name?? Thanks... -Mensaje original- De: Tony Karavidas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Enviado el: Sábado, 08 de Diciembre de 2001 03:06 p.m. Para: Protel EDA Forum Asunto: Re: [PEDA] HI! There are dozens (if not hundreds) of footprints for seven

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2001-12-08 Thread Harry Selfridge
Hi Mariano - You need to find the Manufacturer and Part number for the display, then look up the manufacturer's part description. That information will tell you the size of the display, and describe the footprint. Then you can look up a footprint. REDCC simply implies a red display with a

[PEDA] Synchronizer Mystery

2001-12-08 Thread Darryl Newberry
I discovered some pins connected to wrong nets in the PCB. Alarmed, I deleted all nets from the PCB to reset the synchronizer (after Save as of course). I chose Update PCB in the schematic editor and output the .SYN report of the proposed changes: ... Macro 683: New Node Add node J9-10 to net

Re: [PEDA] Synchronizer Mystery

2001-12-08 Thread Dwight Harm
Some ideas that might help... - Any chance you have 2 components with J3 designator? Also double check the library symbol regarding both pin names AND numbers -- maybe there's a duplicate 10. - Have you run ERC? Make sure the error matrix is set to catch as many errors as possible. Dwight

Re: [PEDA] HI!

2001-12-08 Thread Dwight Harm
This list tends to be a little quiet on weekends, so I'll have a go at answering... I think most of the experienced users find it faster to create their own footprint from the manufacturer's datasheet than to try and find it in the Protel libraries. It's certain that if you do much design,