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|3/11/1999 12:21 PM|
||Re: Anybody built a D. I.?|
Jehan, I couldn't open that di.ps in CorelDraw 5. Shoiuld I have been able to? It crashed it.. What do you recommend as a .ps viewer for IBM clone?
|3/11/1999 2:02 PM|
This is a Postscript file, there is a utility available called Ghostview. You can download all the necessary files here:
Hope this helps,
|3/12/1999 6:53 AM|
I use ghostscript and ghostview too. Ghostscript is great, but ghostview is in need of a major overhaul.
All this seems like a lot of effort considering the fairly basic state of the circuit, but I would love to hear any suggestions for improvements.
|3/12/1999 11:24 AM|
It's not really an 'improvement', but .gif seems a kind of standard for schematics... (unless they are coffee stained, in which case jpeg)
|3/13/1999 12:40 AM|
It's not really an 'improvement', but .gif seems a kind of standard for
schematics... (unless they are coffee stained, in which case jpeg)
I would prefer it in gif actually, but I'm not really sure how to export it in gif form from WinDraft, and my computer can't really handle a screen capture program.
|3/15/1999 4:28 PM|
There is a schematic for a DI on the Jenson Transformer site (uses their Xformer) RJH
|3/15/1999 9:28 PM|
Yes, RJH, I KNOW that. (Did you read my original post?) I was looking for alternatives.
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