Label Text Inverter Bar : Whats the Easy EDA hotkey Tilde,slash,pipe ? ~ / |
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P Garrity 3 years ago
Kicad uses a Tilde ~ in its labels for inverting say CE to /CE . I imported the KiCAD schematic into EasyEDA, the nots have disappeared from above all my net labels. What is the hot key or character used for a net label to show the bar above the text? My first post here, very basic, I can't search the help to find this answer. Thank you in advance. I've seen this thread , I now know of the Tilde ~ conflict with JSON . [https://easyeda\.com/forum/topic/Net\_naming\_conventions\-uOHBvN5nh](https://easyeda.com/forum/topic/Net_naming_conventions-uOHBvN5nh)
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P Garrity 3 years ago
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logic_level](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logic_level) Okay, I will answer my own question.I can't use anything but AlphaNumerics A..Z-0..9 in EasyEDA Schematics labels. looking at wikipedia and a convention new to me, I will start using n at the start of my active low,inverted logic. :. Therefore ; CE Active High, become /CE Active Low, which is nCE on my diagrams , so as no conflict with JSON script happens. Looks crap, but hay ho.  Out of the window goes true engineering standards , I'm just getting old I guess.
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andyfierman 3 years ago
You can use underscore character in EasyEDA labels and names too but it is not interpreted: it just appears as an underscore.
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UserSupport 3 years ago
Hi You can try to use # instead of  ~ to indicate low logic.   I am doing that.
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P Garrity 3 years ago
Thank you andyfierman and UserSupport. They will both look better than my n prefix, thanks :)
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P Garrity 3 years ago
I'm goint to use the # hash from now on, the underscore _  might not show clearly when super-imposed on some BUS or wires . Cheers again.
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andyfierman 3 years ago
Please check that # does not cause netlist or other problems before using it widely.
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P Garrity 3 years ago
The # seems to be working. I've checked the netlist in the Design Manager, autorouted the schematic . Appears in the inspectors as text value. `` No idea how it translates and is used in JSON, I'm happy at this stage anyway. Thanks again :)
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andyfierman 3 years ago
@UserSupport, Please note that P Garrity's observation could be an issue for re-introducing the LTspice .asc schematic and .asy symbol file import tool because LTspice uses the underscore character to indicate negation: ![image.png](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/I98vQm96wVWFGYV8hr0Q5bREvCEwvdWNdfnZGC5k.png)
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