Register for Nine Dot Connects' December 20 Webinar: Spelunking in the Altium Schematic Preferences, Part 2


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In November Nine Dot Connects began their exploration of the Altium Designer schematics preferences. This included a thorough look at the general, grids, break wire and default units pages. This month Nine Dot will look at the following schematic preference pages in detail:

  • Graphical Editing
  • Compiler
  • AutoFocus
  • Library Autozoom
  • Default Primitive Pages

If you missed part one, feel free to click on the link below to request the recording. In addition, files used for the presentation are also available for download. Click here to gain access to them.

This follow-up webinar is scheduled for December 20, 2017 at 2 pm Eastern Time.

For more information or to register, click here.

 

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