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Subject: Re: Problems with Electronics Workbench - timestep errors
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Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 14:44:06 GMT
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"Kevin Aylward" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
>> > Angel,
> > a really easy program to use is SiMetrix Intro by
> > I use it with my digital colleague and he immediately could work with
> I have the demo of this. Again its non-standard Windows operation. You
> can't double-click on a component to get its properties. Its Windowing
> system is decidedly non Windows, it is messy with so many indepandant
> floating windows, imo. One thing I found strange was the default
> component colour. Its red. I am conditioned that red is for selected
> Double-clicking on the schematic gets you into wire mode. I don't like
> at all. In SS it pops up page, draw etc dialog set-ups. Additionally you
> cant get out of wire mode using ESC. This bit is really annoying. In
> fact, you have to click twice on the draw button to get out of draw
> mode. ESC should *always* be able to reset yourself. Little details like
> this, make it unusable for me anyway.
> Kevin Aylward
Kevin, the wire starts with a middle button single click and ends with a
left click, if there is a captured connection. You have to use the right
click to end it anywhere. Always the middle button ends a segment.
What I like are the "Laplace Transfer Function" box where you can directly
enter the theoretical transfer function and compare it with the real part
simulation. For filter design quite useful.
What is annoying is to place a Terminal for noise analysis.
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