To substitute parts wiew


#1

Ability to use components allocated in the schematic view for the breadboard or streapboard ,
if it’s possible .


#2

I think it’s possible.

You can save it as a new part, pull the SCH view svg from it and load it back into BB view.


#3

Excuse-me but i don’t understand very well …

Could you explain a little more … with a resistor for example


#4

Right-click resistor in the Bin and select Edit Part, and File/Save as New Part
Go to SCH view, then select File/Show in Folder.
Right-click the highlighted resistor and copy and paste to another folder.
Go to Part Editor BB view and File/Load for View.
Check pin assignments and save.


#5

Thank you so much for this tutorial !


#6

I am very disappointed, I tried the tutorial several times but without success.
I’m not very good …
Could you send me the part if I give you my e-mail by Mp ?
(I know how to add a component in the store)


#7

Post the .fzpz part here with the 7th button above and I will put the SCH in the BB view.


#8

I don’t know if i have been clear at first …
Here is an example :
I would like to use this icon (which is translucent)

in place of that :

in the breadboard wiew or streapboard wiew.


#9

It wasn’t as easy as I thought, I had to copy SCH svg nodes to the BB svg.

Resistor_SCH-BB.fzpz (5.4 KB)


#10

C’est super !
Congratulations, it’s exactely what i’m looking for !
How many time have you spend for creating this part ?
Do you think it’s possible for me also to built some others (like transistor, led, capacitor,diode … ) ?


#11

If you know how to use a svg editor, ie Inkscape, it’s not hard, but if you don’t know, it is hard.


#12

Ok, i don’t know how to use svg editor and Inkskape , only Photoshop :disappointed_relieved:
I thought it was enough to change of place the data from one folder to another …
Never mind !
I’m happy to see that it’s possible to modify the icons BB like this , and perhaps other people will be interested by your work .


#13

I think Photoshop is raster based drawing, where as FZ needs the very different vector based drawing. In theory you could draw with just lines of XML code.


#14

If you know photoshop, you will find Adobe illustrator or Inkscape easy. The only hard thing is figuring out where are the common option at each program, like pencil, layers, etc.


#15

I don’t feel able for this kind of realization because I don’t know enough English.
And google translation is not practical for tutorials or software.
This would be just for the most common components like capacitors, transistors, switches, LEDs, trimmers …
I hope someone will want to pursue the idea !