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'Circuit Digrams - was Re: [OT]: LED with 1.5 V'
1998\02\09@154610 by Russell McMahon

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I have seen previous discussions on the PICLIST re sending
circuit diagrams and for many purposes would be happy with
plain ASCII ones as below, IF I could read them. It seems
that many other people can as I have been following the LED
with 1.5v thread and no-body has queried the diagram so far.
In my case, even though I am very familiar with this type of
circuit and there are only a few components I am totally
unable to redraw the circuit with certainty.
(eg what is happening to the right of the transistor (a LED
presumably but the connections are inobvious). Where does
the transistor base connect? - (to a feedback winding
presumably but there is no apparent line to connect to
etc)).

The lines, as I view them, are obviously not in their
correct horizontal registration and no amount of pushing
them around with an editor makes them obviously correct.  I
have tried using non-proportional font (Courier) to no
affect.

Help! - how are you all viewing these diagrams? Why am I
seeing them wrongly?
Do I need a change of browser (or a change of brain perhaps?
:-))




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1998\02\10@100327 by lilel

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> I have seen previous discussions on the PICLIST re sending
> circuit diagrams and for many purposes would be happy with
> plain ASCII ones as below, IF I could read them.

Me too.  Is there another method of posting diagrams that we all have
access to?  Perhaps GIFs or .PDF's or something?  THese ASCII
diagrams are just jumbles of symbols on my brownser.


Best Regards,

Lawrence Lile

1998\02\10@150146 by PIC Stuff

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> > I have seen previous discussions on the PICLIST re sending
> > circuit diagrams and for many purposes would be happy with
> > plain ASCII ones as below, IF I could read them.
>
> Me too.  Is there another method of posting diagrams that we all have
> access to?  Perhaps GIFs or .PDF's or something?  THese ASCII
> diagrams are just jumbles of symbols on my brownser.

Assuming the poster didn't use weird fonts or tab stops, then anyone
should be able to read ASCIImatics when using a non-proportional font
in their email program.
IMHO, email programs that use proportional fonts by default are just
for newbies who can't stand typewriter font...

Frank (reading this through a telnet connection, so no graphics, although
it does know chinese (真的非常特别)).

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