I’m not good at XML and it’s the closest. I don’t do any formatting change in WP.
I swear I used to zip them that way in 2015 - that was the only way I knew to make parts back then.
I don’t actually use FZ anymore - I barely do any electronics these days - so it’s not worth upgrading. I’ve also spent maybe 1000 hrs helping here, so I’ve probably paid enough.
Actually, in SCH of the UNO, or any Arduino, the pins have no colour in the non-connect state - pic above -. And it’s only after you connect stuff does any colour show. Generally in SCH tip allocation is not common, it’s either full pin colour or no colour, ie, like in shields. I’m actually doing a vid showing the 3 types of pin allocation.
I can’t really show XML coding to beginners, because it’s hard enough to get them to realise things like a svg is not the same as a raster. I had to make a vid on how to search for a part, that’s how bad it is.
I’m actually a bit sick of people always asking for parts and not even attempting to make them. Like what’s going to happen when you 2 experts are gone - I’m going after these last 2 tut vids -.
If you ask me FZ has a lot of problems. It looks simple to use, but part making is horrendous if you don’t have experience. It either needs a full and simple set of instructions, or a simplified internal svg editor, because multi step to make parts with no instructions is driving people away. That’s why my new vids are the most simplified method as possible, because you are dealing with totally blank people.