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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

The primary purpose of an integrated editor would be to allows users to communicate their circuit to others, i.e., to be a schematics editor. SystemVision obviously concentrates on the simulation. ...
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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

One major concern is that the tool must suit the Stack Exchange spirit. That is: Schematics produced by the tool must be in a format available to everyone. Which probably means picture format. They ...
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How to add a schematic if my mobile device can't run the schematics editor?

We take any kind of schematic, as long as it's clean. Get a piece of paper, a ruler, a pen and get drawing and draw a clean schematic: Make sure you use the right schematic symbols don't use any &...
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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

I seem to be a bit late to the party, but I did play with SystemVision for a bit and I have some feedback. Drawing a schematic is actually pretty smooth. I find it somewhat less clunky than ...
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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

The number one importance for a schematic tool here on EE.SE should be ease of use for inexperienced users, who come here asking for help with something they are perhaps not familiar with. If ...
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Schematic diagram background colour preferences

I don't think we could have a style even if we wanted to. The problem is there are too many users with different settings and too many programs that post schematics. For example: people post shots of ...
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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

I personally don't use CircuitLab and wouldn't use anything else you add either. That's because I'm quite comfortable with Eagle and have created some scripts and procedures for getting schematics ...
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CircuitLab schematic integration: we still get huge diagrams after 3 years, any news or workarounds?

I often put a small section of wire on the right hand side to have the auto-scaling work out to a reasonable sized diagram.
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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

I'd be concerned with the terms of use with respect to 'rights' and responsibilities. While the submitter retains ownersip rights SV have COMPLETE rights to do what they want with your submission ...
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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

What would I want to switch? I'm not asking a weighted question, but as a developer of products I ask myself this all the time. Mostly the circuit tool gets used on SE for schematics, not for ...
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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

Another thing worth considering is platform and browser compatibility. SystemVision should aim to have at least the same degree of compatibility of CircuitLab. As an example, CircuitLab states that ...
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Vendor provided schematics without reference designators

You are getting hung up on the source of the schematic. That is irrelevant to us. We care that schematics be properly done, not how that is achieved. Since we are here to talk about the circuit, ...
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Vendor provided schematics without reference designators

It isn't really surprising that appnotes don't put refdes on every component; they really only need them on the ones they're going to talk about in the text. There's nothing wrong with adding them ...
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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

Stack Exchange received an offer from Mentor Graphics, developers of the SystemVision tool Wow, surely NOT - I wouldn't touch it with a very long stick after using DxD I used Mentorgraphics DxD ...
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How to add a schematic if my mobile device can't run the schematics editor?

I once had a boss with lots of experience and a PhD but did not know how to use a computer, but he knew the power of a pencil. Meaning: you don't need computer skills or even a schematic editor to be ...
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Schematic diagram background colour preferences

The schematic should follow the same style as the rest of the website. Had the default theme on Stack Exchange been dark, then the first style would have been preferred (although it has really lousy ...
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Who'd be interested in having SystemVision integrated here?

Needs are widespread: **Great suggestion but I do not support it. The best tool is the one you know how to use. Other tools to consider: Multisim (National Instruments) bulky Autodesk’s 123D (...
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