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Hi Des, Gordon – The best way to share library symbols is to upload them the Yahoo TinyCAD user’s group area that you are using for email with the group.
Des Unfortunately none of your tinyCAD drawings attachments made it through the system, but certainly they would be of interest. I’m very fortunate in that
Hi Gordon, I've attached some tinycad drawings I made and worked from when rewiring "Gosport Girl" from scratch. Let me know if they help or if I can be of any
Hi Volker Is it possible to get copy of that library too please? I do some boat rewires and not that experienced with tinycad library making yet. Thanks in
Tony One of these days I’m hoping to have all the gear (“Demand Equipment”) listed below installed and correctly wired up. I have a friend who has
What equipment does the boat have? If you list it all I can tell you how it goes together if that helps? Tony Sent by magic over t'interweb ... [Non-text
Thanks Dave. Unfortunately the boat builders went out of business in the 1990s, and in those days the only wiring diagrams were on paper. Plus, the only
Volker You sound like just the chap I need to talk to, thank you. I would certainly be interested in your library of marine components. This project could get
Hi Gordon, I'm a marine electrician and use TinyCad for exactly the same thing almost every week. So if you could send me some more details about what you are
Gordon, TinyCAD comes with all of the components that you would need to document the electrical layout of a boat. There isn't likely to be more than a
I am renovating a 30-year-old sailing yacht, and I have stripped out ALL the old electrics. I am just about to start installing a complete new wiring system
Thanks for that advice. I have copied one of my .dsn files and opened it with a text editor and I see what you mean. I think on reflection that it will
No not really. I understand relays and I have 1500 bought and waiting to do the job so I don't think a complete change of approach is justified at this time.
Editing the schematic (.dsn) file works well if you are careful. It is an XML structured document, so its helpful to use an XML-aware editor like Notepad++, as
If you are extremely careful, you could edit the schematic file with a text editor. Duplicate the circuits. Then edit the file as you wish, being careful in
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