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Started by SerErris, 16:57, 03 November 23
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Quote from: SerErris on 18:27, 04 November 23d_kef can you please walk through the whole document chip by chip and double check any connection and number etc. ? That would be fantastic to have a second pair of eyes on it to clean as many errors as possible from it.
Quote from: SerErris on 19:56, 06 November 23Inkscape is not that complicated to use. And it is very powerfull for this kind of work. You actually put the original document in the background layer and then start drawing on top of it in multiple layers. I do have layers for chips, R C D, connections, the arrows, that are in the middle of the schematic and text.Then a lot of stuff is grouped to find things easier.I will share the svg later on, you can have a look to it and use it as a starting point. I am always learn new tools by doing something that I do have interest in.
Quote from: SerErris on 10:34, 07 November 23You mean the connection to the +5V rail?
Quote from: pelrun on 12:10, 07 November 23There's no need for a dot on a 3-way intersection, as the connection is unambiguous. Some designers deliberately only ever use 3-way connections, that way it doesn't matter if a dot is accidentally left out - when 2 crossed wires need to connect, you just stagger one wire to get 2 3-way connections instead.Style isn't just about what "looks good", it's also about what sort of errors you can avoid.
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