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Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2012 13:56:30 +0000
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Subject: Re: [geda-user] solid shapes
From: Alexis Phoenix <alexis DOT happyphoenix AT gmail DOT com>
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On 14 March 2012 11:29, Stefan Salewski <mail AT ssalewski DOT de> wrote:
> On Wed, 2012-03-14 at 10:30 +0000, Alexis Phoenix wrote:
>> Creating a schematic for an old oscilloscope I needed to make a few
>> symbols - I like to have some filled polygons in my symbols for arrows
>> and valve cathodes. As it was, I copied a solid 4 side polygon from an
>> existing symbol, which can be pulled into arrows and trapezoids, but
>> I'd like to know how to create arbitrary filled polygons for gschem in
>> the first place. Can anyone tell me how to do this?
> We had that discussion recently:
> Unfortunately reading the mailing list archives is not very comfortable
> currently.
> Short summary: gschem editor does not support editing filled polygons
> currently (or Bezier curves) -- you have to do it in an text editor or
> add that functionality to gschem.
I must have just missed that discussion - only joined the list a week
or 2 back. Text editing paths looks just like doing it with dia shapes
- at least I know how to do that!
Many thanks

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