which software used...

bertus

Joined Apr 5, 2008
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Hello,

I always use KolourPaint (part of the KDE desktop of linux) for drawing my schematics.
I have made a lot of components as templates that I can use to create the schematics.
In the reference manual of the eBook, you will find the needed components:
Chapter 9: CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS



Bertus
 

debjit625

Joined Apr 17, 2010
790
You may be thinking of PEBBLE. There's a downloadable and an online Java version.
http://www.4dsystems.com.au/downloads/pebble/P_for_IE.html
No not this one,it was a big software it had many features like PCB CAD i.e.. build layout from schematic,Auto Router,ERC and etc,and they have many more usefull stuffs in their site .I actually saved the url but few months ago I had to format my PC and I lost the address of their website,If I some how find it I will post it here...Anyway google for veroboard software I got this and they have a free version also.
http://veecad.com/
 
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