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Post by citizen_insane »

I've used the combo of VeeCad and TinyCad to do designs but since I only have the free version of VeeCad, the mono colors can get a bit confusing at times.

I really like DIYLC, but I can't figure out how to bring in a schematic and use that as the basis of my project. Is there a way to do this or do I just have to trace everything by hand?

I'm just looking for a way to make sure that my connections are right which gets difficult in more complex circuits without some kind of schematic integration.

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Post by citizen_insane »

bump, is this possible?

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Post by RnFR »

you can't do that with diylc. for pcb design, i would recommend eagle. it's got those functions, and it's free.
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Post by pedalgrinder »

apparently veecad 2 has a autoroute function for veroboard anyone tried or got a keygen for it
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