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What's Good About ADW’s Multiple Shopping Lists? Check out the 16.5 Release and See!

Comments(0)Filed under: Library and design data management, PCB design, Allegro, Librarians, PCB, Design Entry, Library flow, Library, data management, component browser, design data management, SPB16.5, Allegro 16.5, Grzenia, flow manager, multiple shopping lists, shopping lists

The 16.5 Allegro Design Workbench (ADW) now supports multiple shopping lists.

In a nutshell, multiple shopping lists support these capabilities:

•    Provide viewing multiple lists from:
–    One or more common list directories
–    One or more other project directories
–    One or more specific files
–    Lists created from an outside source in the proper format can be referenced

•    Functions for:
–    Adding part to schematic
–    Adding part to current project shopping cart
–    Show details

•    Library Validation:
–    Verifies all entries are in reference library
–    Displays all messages and icons according to part status

•    Configuration:
–    Manual entry into .cpm file ( project.cpm or site.cpm)
–    GUI Based path/file configuration in CB




As always, I look forward to your feedback!

Jerry “GenPart” Grzenia


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