Steps I took that resulted in the problem:
I have a project where I need to take a voltage reading. I have a 47k/10k divider going to pin A0 on my Arduino. Fritzing WILL NOT allow this (Or I dont know how) and always shows unrouted paths or creates ratsnest lines in either the Schematic or Breadboard view. I am trying to get both in sync… but I can only make one of these correct at a time.
Example of what breadoard SHOULD look like:
Example of what schematic SHOULD look like:
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My Fritzing file. The schematic is correct in this file. The breadboard is incorrect. Please ignore the resistor attached to pin D6/ground. If I correct the breadboard, the schematic will be altered and be incorrect and vise-versa.
MyLVD_w_schematic.fzz (44.9 KB)
What I expected should have happened instead:
I’m not an expert so my verbiage here is in plainspeak. Fritzing should recognize the voltage divider and not create ratsnest lines.
Let me know what other data I can provide.
My version of Fritzing and my operating system:
Version 0.9.3 (b5c895d327c44a3114e5fcc9d8260daf0cbb52806 2016-04-19)
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