Enter doses not work in text
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masterfrogo 3 years ago
**BUG** Concise problem statement: Steps to reproduce bug: 1.double click text box 2.enter text press enter 3.click outside 4. notice only one column Results: single column text Expected results: multiple column text Browser:opera
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andyfierman 3 years ago
I'm not sure why you expect to see multi-*column* text. Do you mean that when you (i) open a text box, (ii) enter some text, (iii) press return then (iv) type more text and then (v) exit the text box that you expect to see the text up to where you pressed the return key on one *line* and then rest of the text that you entered after pressing the return key on a new *line*? When entering text in the **Schematic** editor, that is what happens. When entering text in the **PCB** editor, the `return` key press is ignored and text continues on the original single line. *I do not know why text entry in a PCB editor is based around single lines but that does appear to be consistent across a number of PCB editing packages. In summary, I do not think that you have found a bug. Instead I think you are enjoying something that is a fairly common feature of a number of PCB editors. :)
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masterfrogo 3 years ago
I did not know it would be deferent in the pcb editor than the Schematic editor but yes that what I talking about. I can see why pepole use eagle. How is that a feature? It annoying.
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andyfierman 3 years ago
I take your point. I have raised it as a Feature Request: https://easyeda.com/forum/topic/Make_text_entry_same_PCB_editor_as_in_Schematic_editor-hmWUSQOxv
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dillon 3 years ago
OK. PCB will support this, but it seems to find a good way.
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sinelari 3 years ago
Since i am using parts that will need SPICE if i want to use your simulator, consider how fast the schematic will get cluttered up. When putting the .model directives into the symbol editor they stretch across the screen on a single line. When trying to place the part into the schematic later, it will only center without any horizontal movement since its width is practically that of the entire page. https://easyeda.com/editor#id=808qkCTN5
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andyfierman 3 years ago
Hi Sinelari, This is a somewhat different issue with a simple solution. * Don't try to enter the model file directly into the "Text" field of the "Text Attributes" in the right hand panel. That way lies madness. :) * Just place a "Text" field in the schematic and escape from it. Then simply double click on that "Text" field in the schematic itself, paste the model text into the box that opens and then click back onto the schematic canvas anywhere outside the text box. Done. That text will then appear properly formatted in the schematic (as in the example that you linked to). The same text will also appear in the "Text" field of the "Text Attributes" in the right hand panel but in a single line with the new line/carriage return charachters stripped out. To edit the text, just double click in the text field in the schematic. Don't try to edit it in the right hand panel. Please also see this thread: https://easyeda.com/forum/topic/Attaching_a_subckt_to_a_symbol-Hz4mgysK2
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GeoffsEasyEDA 1 week ago
You can get multi-line text with Ctrl-Enter - BUT - only by double clicking over the text - the Text Attributes box doesn't work - if EASYED was any more buggy it would come with a horse :-)
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