Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-12 Thread Tim Fifield
- From: Frank Gilley [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, August 01, 2002 6:54 PM To: Protel EDA Forum Subject: Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?) Tim, Thought I might let you know most kindly... It appears your computer's time zone is also off. It is reporting -03

Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-12 Thread Frank Gilley
: Thursday, August 01, 2002 6:54 PM To: Protel EDA Forum Subject: Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?) Tim, Thought I might let you know most kindly... It appears your computer's time zone is also off. It is reporting -03:00 GMT. Thanks, Frank Frank Gilley Dell-Star Technologies

Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-01 Thread rlamoreaux
Why is this info being stored and how do I stop it from doing so? Especially the pin number starting 8. Go to Preferences and change the default primitives to what you want them to default to and you should be happier. My default pin is set to 0 and 0. Rob

Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-01 Thread Rene Tschaggelar
AFAIK, the strings are the last ones or derived from the last ones. Also the pin 8. Sometimes I have pin 17 or pin 21. A minor nuisance. This behaviour may depend on the servicepack. Rene Tim Fifield wrote: Here's another few questions I've been wondering about for some time. Why is it

Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-01 Thread Dave . E . Lewis
Tim, Protel stores default data that causes the behavior you describe. You can control what you get two ways. 1. Check out the TOOLS - PREFERANCES - DEFAULT PRIMITIVE tab. There you will find the dialog boxes that allow input and editing of the things you noted. 2. While placing (ie

Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-01 Thread Brock Russell
Hi Tim: You probably have your default primitives set to permanent. Look under Tools...Preferences...Default Primitives. You can edit them and keep these values permanent with the check box on the right. Brock Here's another few questions I've been wondering about for some time. snip

Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-01 Thread Peter Bennett
Tim Fifield wrote: Here's another few questions I've been wondering about for some time. Why is it that when I place a Pin (when making a sch symbol for a connector) the pin name and number start at 8? The pin number (and name?) auto-increment, and the pin place form always offers to use

Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-01 Thread Dennis Saputelli
because that's the way it is! i get different numbers though i guess it beats getting access violations because some field wasn't expected to be empty maybe dxp fixes some of these things? Dennis Saputelli Tim Fifield wrote: Here's another few questions I've been wondering about for some

Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-01 Thread Tim Fifield
Thanks again to those who replied. Tim -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, August 01, 2002 3:49 PM To: Protel EDA Forum Subject: Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?) Tim, Protel stores default data that causes

Re: [PEDA] Sch part of Connector (WAS: rectangle hole?)

2002-08-01 Thread Frank Gilley
Tim, Thought I might let you know most kindly... It appears your computer's time zone is also off. It is reporting -03:00 GMT. Thanks, Frank Frank Gilley Dell-Star Technologies (918) 838-1973 Phone (918) 838-8814 Fax [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.dellstar.com