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From: "karl AT aspodata DOT se [via geda-user AT delorie DOT com]" <geda-user AT delorie DOT com>
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Subject: Re: [geda-user] Power and IO symbols
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> I thought it might be useful to have some new-style power and I/O symbols 
> in the standard library, so I tried to distil a "standard" version of each 
> of the styles currently in use:

Text within a box is problematic for longer net names.

I have some at, feel free to include them:

The net_plain.sym is a simple line with text above, I guess it is
sufficient for many cases.

The netif_*.sym ones are useful in a  subschematic. The vertical
line marks the border/end/interface of a subschematc. Also I like
the thicker line for power sym.

/Karl Hammar

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