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Re: Using Diptrace for almost a year
Aeroengineer   12/6/2013 2:46:11 PM
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This is so very true Max.  It is interesting to read through the the reviews of a product on Amazon.  There are times that you can tell that the people that are satisfied with the product have not come back to post about it, and all you are left with are reviews of not actually the product itself, but how the delivery man dumped it in a a bunch or water and despite this the part still worked.  Yet they will still rank it 1 star.

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Re: Using Diptrace for almost a year
Max The Magnificent   12/6/2013 2:40:35 PM
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@Cylon0: It has some minor negatives, like those mentioned; however, it gets the job done.

Great -- thanks for providing feedback -- a lot of folks read these articles and say to themselves "I agree with that" or "I don't agree with that" or "He/she should have mentoned..." but then they wander off and do something else without realizing that just saying "I agree" can be incredibly valuable to other readers...

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Using Diptrace for almost a year
Cylon0   12/6/2013 2:32:33 PM
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Using Diptrace for almost a year....

already. For the price it's fine. It has some minor negatives, like those mentioned; however, it gets the job done.

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Re: Very useful
Aeroengineer   12/6/2013 2:31:31 PM
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I am working through Design Spark PCB right now for a set of breakout boards.  I already have a list of things that are things that I like and things that I think can be improved.

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Max The Magnificent   12/6/2013 2:29:01 PM
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Hi Adam -- this is tremendously useful stuff -- I can't wait to see your similar treatments of the other free PCB tools, including DesignSpark PCB and Eagle PCB -- this is going to help a lot of hobbyists and small companies make a decision.

 

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