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kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162167] Thu, 23 July 2015 07:31 Go to next message
herbert feuerstein
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Hi @ all,
ich möchte auf einer Seite im Schaltplan einen Link / Hinweis zu einem
Bauteil auf einer anderen Schaltplanseite erstellen : Z.B. "Klemme 12
befindet sich auf Seite **Seitennummer**" ... also keine Feste
seitennummer, da sich diese noch ändern kann
Vielen Dank
trixi

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Re: kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162430 is a reply to message #162167] Sat, 25 July 2015 22:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Olin
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This is the user chat English section, just as the label clearly says. If you can't even get something that simple right, you have little chance designing successful circuits or running sophisticated software like Eagle. Answering your question is therefore pointless in any case.
Re: kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162444 is a reply to message #162430] Mon, 27 July 2015 17:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jorge Garcia
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> This is the user chat English section, just as the label clearly says. If
> you can't even get something that simple right, you have little chance
> designing successful circuits or running sophisticated software like Eagle.
> Answering your question is therefore pointless in any case.

Hi Olin,

Take it easy, you don't know the background of this user. He could be
new, perhaps he is using the e14 interface which isn't very helpful in
guiding the user to the right forum(as we have seen with all the
raspberry pi and beaglebone black questions we have been getting) or who
knows what other circumstance.

I appreciate your experience with EAGLE and all the knowledge and
experience you bring to the table, new users to the forum can really
benefit from your valuable contributions. However, they'll never get the
chance if they get axed on the first post.

Best Regards,
Jorge Garcia
Re: create links in schematic / kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162456 is a reply to message #162430] Tue, 28 July 2015 07:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
herbert feuerstein
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Hello,
thank you for your nice answert (i mean the first answert).
If You can see, in the first line, my question is in english.  So, if
you not have a answert of my question , it would be better to say
nothing ... if i read something like this, i könnte kotzen
Sorry at all, i have see it too late, that this is a english forum...
and after this, i write it in (my bad) english

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Re: kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162470 is a reply to message #162167] Tue, 28 July 2015 13:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Chuck Huber
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Good afternoon, Vielen,

You're looking for a crossreference label.
In the Eagle command line, type "label xref" and click on the end of the
net that goes to the other page. While placing the xref label, a right
click will spin it around.

I know enough German to order a beer - that's about it. But I do have
Google Translate at my disposal.

Guten Tag, Vielen,

Du suchst einen Querverweis-Label suchen.
In der Eagle-Befehlszeile "label xref" und klicken Sie auf das Ende der
net, die auf der anderen Seite geht. Beim Aufsetzen der xref Etikett
wird ein Rechtsklick sie drehen sich.

Ich weiß genug Deutsch, um ein Bier zu bestellen - das war es. Aber ich
habe Google Translate zu meiner Verfügung.

HTH,
- Chuck

On 07/23/2015 03:31 AM, herbert feuerstein wrote:
> Hi @ all,
> ich möchte auf einer Seite im Schaltplan einen Link / Hinweis zu einem
> Bauteil auf einer anderen Schaltplanseite erstellen : Z.B. "Klemme 12
> befindet sich auf Seite **Seitennummer**" ... also keine Feste
> seitennummer, da sich diese noch ändern kann
> Vielen Dank
> trixi
>
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Re: kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162481 is a reply to message #162470] Tue, 28 July 2015 16:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joern Paschedag
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Am 28.07.2015 um 15:53 schrieb Chuck Huber:
>
> Good afternoon, Vielen,
>
> You're looking for a crossreference label.
> In the Eagle command line, type "label xref" and click on the end of the
> net that goes to the other page. While placing the xref label, a right
> click will spin it around.
>
> I know enough German to order a beer - that's about it.

So, the most important things you know...... ;-)
scnr


> Guten Tag, Vielen,
>
> Du suchst einen Querverweis-Label suchen.
> In der Eagle-Befehlszeile "label xref" und klicken Sie auf das Ende der
> net, die auf der anderen Seite geht. Beim Aufsetzen der xref Etikett
> wird ein Rechtsklick sie drehen sich.
>
> Ich weiß genug Deutsch, um ein Bier zu bestellen - das war es. Aber ich
> habe Google Translate zu meiner Verfügung.
>
> HTH,
> - Chuck
>
> On 07/23/2015 03:31 AM, herbert feuerstein wrote:
>> Hi @ all,
>> ich möchte auf einer Seite im Schaltplan einen Link / Hinweis zu einem
>> Bauteil auf einer anderen Schaltplanseite erstellen : Z.B. "Klemme 12
>> befindet sich auf Seite **Seitennummer**" ... also keine Feste
>> seitennummer, da sich diese noch ändern kann
>> Vielen Dank
>> trixi
>>
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Re: create links in schematic / kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162512 is a reply to message #162481] Wed, 29 July 2015 05:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
herbert feuerstein
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Hello Chuck Huber
manny thanks for your answert.
I know the command "lable xref" to find out the next place of a signal.
But my idea wars to find Pins from a "multipin-plug" where are shared on
different sheets.
For example: You have a Plug with 10 Pins... Pin 1 on Sheet 3 , Pin 2 on
Sheet 8, Pin 3 on Sheet 1956 ;-) and so on. In my dokumentation i want
to have a Sheet with a list, where ar thease Pins
You know what i mean? ... Lable for Pins, not for Signal-Lines

I have find out, i can make a list with the comand " invoke 'Plug' " ,
but then i have a static sheet. When i move a Pin to a other place, then
i have to create a new summary / compendium with invoke

Best Regards
trixi
PS: Write in english... i can understand it, but it is difficult to me
to write in english :-)

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Re: create links in schematic / kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162517 is a reply to message #162512] Wed, 29 July 2015 12:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Chuck Huber
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On 07/29/2015 01:43 AM, herbert feuerstein wrote:
> Hello Chuck Huber
> manny thanks for your answert.
> I know the command "lable xref" to find out the next place of a signal.
> But my idea wars to find Pins from a "multipin-plug" where are shared on
> different sheets.
> For example: You have a Plug with 10 Pins... Pin 1 on Sheet 3 , Pin 2 on
> Sheet 8, Pin 3 on Sheet 1956 ;-) and so on. In my dokumentation i want
> to have a Sheet with a list, where ar thease Pins
> You know what i mean? ... Lable for Pins, not for Signal-Lines

Ah. I understand. The short answer is that I know of no way to achieve
this. A workaround that has served me well in the past is to have all
the pins for the connector on the same sheet, in fact, in close
proximity on the same sheet. Then the connections to each pin have a
short net with a cross reference to another sheet.

One of the reasons for approaching it this way is that questions that
pop up during testing and assembly are usually of the nature of "what
signal is on pin 3", "... on pin 4", and so on. Having all the pins in
the same locale makes it easy to see which one is ground, which one is
power, etc.. One does not have to fish through sheets of schematic
diagrams to find pin X.

> I have find out, i can make a list with the comand " invoke 'Plug' " ,
> but then i have a static sheet. When i move a Pin to a other place, then
> i have to create a new summary / compendium with invoke

This is part of the reason for having all the pins for a connector in
the same vicinity.

But don't take just my word for it. Try it both ways. See what suits
you better. Most likely, you will be sharing the schematic with others
(coworkers, your customer) so be sure to get their input as well.


HTH,
- Chuck
Re: create links in schematic / kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162519 is a reply to message #162512] Wed, 29 July 2015 14:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Morten Leikvoll
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On 29.07.2015 07:43, herbert feuerstein wrote:
> For example: You have a Plug with 10 Pins... Pin 1 on Sheet 3 , Pin 2 on
> Sheet 8, Pin 3 on Sheet 1956 ;-) and so on. In my dokumentation i want
> to have a Sheet with a list, where ar thease Pins
> You know what i mean? ... Lable for Pins, not for Signal-Lines

You want a net(xref) vs page overview. Ive seen other tools do that for
page connectors.

Its very easy to write an ULP to do it, but it won't live update.

PS:Technically xrefs aren't really page connectors, although they do
look like that.
Re: create links in schematic / kann man im Schaltplan links zu Bauteilen erstellen? [message #162570 is a reply to message #162519] Fri, 31 July 2015 08:56 Go to previous message
herbert feuerstein
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Thank you,
UPL-Programming i will see when i have time (i think never ;)) maybe
after my hollyday
I think, the easyest and fastest way for me is to make e screendump
Best regards to everyone for help, (except the first responder :p)

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