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1996\09\28@231923 by andreabelian

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Afew  days  ago  someone  sent  e mail  about software that you
can  make  PBC's  up  to  100 pins  FREE  and  can  be  download.
Please  send  same  information  again.


     e mail     spam_OUTandreabelianTakeThisOuTspamearthlink.net

                                thank  you  very much.

1996\09\30@114040 by Eric Thompson

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I think you may be talking about the post that I made??  If so the
software is by Ivex and can be downloaded from http://www.ivex.com/.
There offer both a schematic capture and PCB package that can be used
for up to 100 pins for free.

       - Eric Thompson

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1996\09\30@194552 by ROBERT PAYNE

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At 08:28 AM 9/30/96 -0700, you wrote:
>I think you may be talking about the post that I made??  If so the
>software is by Ivex and can be downloaded from http://www.ivex.com/.
>There offer both a schematic capture and PCB package that can be used
>for up to 100 pins for free.
>
>        - Eric Thompson
>
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Hi Eric,

Have just down loaded that software and am interested in your opinion.

It seems to work ok except the component creation compared to some of the
others (Protel for example) seems cumbersome.

Must admit though for $75 for 500 pins it is not bad value

Appreciate your thoughts



Rob

1996\09\30@203543 by Eric Thompson

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>>At 08:28 AM 9/30/96 -0700, you wrote:
>>>I think you may be talking about the post that I made??  If so the
>>>software is by Ivex and can be downloaded from http://www.ivex.com/.
>>>There offer both a schematic capture and PCB package that can be used
>>>for up to 100 pins for free.
>>>
>>>        - Eric Thompson
>>>
>>>>----------
>>Hi Eric,
>>
>>Have just down loaded that software and am interested in your opinion.
>>
>>It seems to work ok except the component creation compared to some of the
>>others (Protel for example) seems cumbersome.
>>
>>Must admit though for $75 for 500 pins it is not bad value
>>
>>Appreciate your thoughts

Yes, the component creation is very poor, especially if you are
accustomed to OrCAD or Protel's component entry.  I'm hoping that Ivex
will improve this with new versions of the software. (Which seem to come
out fairly often)
I'm also hoping that they will add more short-cut keys to their program.
I find it cumbersome to goto the menu (or toolbar) each time you want
to draw a wire or place a part.  I've emailed many of these suggestions
to them, but who knows if they read there email or not??

But, like you said the price is hard to beat!!

       - Eric

1996\09\30@232824 by optoeng
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Eric Thompson wrote:
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The latest version is available via BBS and FTP, but not yet WWW.  It
has more shortcut keys.
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Paul Mathews, consulting engineer
AEngineering Co.
.....optoengKILLspamspam.....whidbey.com
non-contact sensing and optoelectronics specialists

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