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1999\08\06@093825 by JP.BROWN

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Hi Folks!
         Does anybody know of a simple to use compact program for
drawing electronic circuits, I would need to be able to use it on an
ancient PC (486, MSDOS or W3.11). I do not need a full blown electronic
design package just something that is better than Windows Paint or
ASCII art  :-)

Thanks   ....John

1999\08\06@130257 by Bob Drzyzgula

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Try Cadsoft Eagle. http://www.cadsoft.de. The "Light" version
can do a one-page schematic, and smallish 2-layer boards
for free. They have versions for DOS, Windows and Linux.

--Bob

On Fri, Aug 06, 1999 at 02:37:40PM +0100, JP.BROWN wrote:
> Hi Folks!
>           Does anybody know of a simple to use compact program for
> drawing electronic circuits, I would need to be able to use it on an
> ancient PC (486, MSDOS or W3.11). I do not need a full blown electronic
> design package just something that is better than Windows Paint or
> ASCII art  :-)
>
> Thanks   ....John

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1999\08\06@164211 by Mark Willis

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Eagle's definitely good, the one potential problem I had with it on my
palmtop 486 (IBM PC110) was that unless you have a mouse, it's hard to
use - It did run on that 8Mb 486slc33, though.  If you have a mouse,
it's a good answer;  A little more learning curve, very helpful people
at the company though.  The PC110 doesn't have a dos driver for it's
mouse/pointer, so I used the free Dos version of CirCad for a lot of
quick schematic sketching (http://www.holophase.com IIRC) - no mouse
required, smaller parts libraries, definitely quite usable as well.  Try
both, see which you like better, maybe?

 Mark

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1999\08\07@091202 by root

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Hi,

tri EEDRAW. It has some bugs, though, but for schematic it is a pretty
nice free tool. Can be found on the Simtelnet.

Imre


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1999\08\07@200951 by Glen

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protels easy trax is easy to use , don't need a mouse but helps
rcsradio has a lot of footprints , schematics etc to help design.
there is also a lot of instructions.
the guys of bit unusual but he knows what he's talking about
glen

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1999\08\08@062323 by paulb

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Glen wrote:

> protels easy trax is easy to use , don't need a mouse but helps
> rcsradio has a lot of footprints , schematics etc to help design.
> there is also a lot of instructions.
> the guys of bit unusual but he knows what he's talking about

 You didn't mention (or did someone else?) who RCS Radio is.  He's not
too easy to find if you don't know.

 http://www.cia.com.au/rcsradio/index0.htm
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1999\08\12@121105 by electme

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thanks mate ,
sorry , i didn't think to put it in.
your right it is dificult
sorry all.
glen

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