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3925

: Aligning text vertically and horizontally

Thanks for all the input! I will try your suggestions. In the mean time, I have found another solution that I like, which involves a font that can be drawn
jemoeder8
1 Aug
#3925
 
3924

Re: : Aligning text vertically and horizontally

Ooops. the "2nd step 5" should be step 6! ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Jim Kaiser
29 Jul
#3924
 
3923

Re: : Aligning text vertically and horizontally

Hi guys – I get around that problem by never turning the snap grid off and instead, setting a very small snap grid size like 0.01. Then all items are always
Don Lucas
29 Jul
#3923
 
3922

Re: : Aligning text vertically and horizontally

Thanks for the confirmation, Alan and Robert! Now that two people have confirmed, here's another "trick" that I've learned along these lines. If I'm placing,
Jim Kaiser
29 Jul
#3922
 
3921

: Aligning text vertically and horizontally

Hi Luc Jim's method is also what I did. I had to position letters in the centre of circles to form new symbols and I did exactly what Jim suggested. It
rad.rad@blueyonder.co.uk
29 Jul
#3921
 
3920

Re: : Aligning text vertically and horizontally

Jim, that is good advice to turn off "snap to grid" while placing "decorative" (non-circuit) items. I have used TinyCad that way for many years with very good
Alan Shea
29 Jul
#3920
 
3919

: Aligning text vertically and horizontally

Hi Luc, Maybe someone else has a better idea but what I do for this is to turn off the "snap to grid" function just long enough to position the text exactly
jwkaiser
28 Jul
#3919
 
3918

Aligning text vertically and horizontally

Hello everyone, I am using TinyCAD for drawing high voltage single line and three line diagrams. Very fond of the program, as I don't know how to work with
jemoeder8
28 Jul
#3918
 
3917

: Best PCB program to use with TinyCAD

Jim, KiCAD adapts to the net names that are used in TinyCAD. Both manually named nets and automatically named nets (the ones that you haven't put any label
m_beischer
26 Jul
#3917
 
3916

Re: : Best PCB program to use with TinyCAD

Thanks, Magnus, for putting up the binary installer for Windows as well as the wiki. That helps a lot. I've got netconv installed and running so now I can
Jim Kaiser
26 Jul
#3916
 
3915

Re: Best PCB program to use with TinyCAD

Hi. I have used tinycad for a while and have found it OK for one page diagrams but when you have multiple pages well it does not do a good job also it does no
Cris Harrison
26 Jul
#3915
 
3914

: Best PCB program to use with TinyCAD

Added a small wiki to the github project: https://github.com/beischer/netconv/wiki https://github.com/beischer/netconv/wiki Magnus [Non-text portions of this
m_beischer
26 Jul
#3914
 
3913

: Best PCB program to use with TinyCAD

Hi Jim, I have used kicad for a lot of professional PCB designs based on TinyCAD schematics. The issues that Don mentions about net names in FreeCAD does not
m_beischer
26 Jul
#3913
 
3912

Re: Best PCB program to use with TinyCAD

Hi Jim - I contacted the developer of FreeCAD a number of years ago to see if he was interested in better integration. He was unhappy with the fact that
Don Lucas
25 Jul
#3912
 
3911

: Best PCB program to use with TinyCAD

Sorry, I didn't finish a sentence properly!! I meant I didn't want to invest time and effort in learning to use a program if I would have to abandon it later!!
jwkaiser
25 Jul
#3911
 
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