Hi, Thanks for reaching out. System is Windows 10, vesion 5.0.2
As to installing the github links … I followed the instructions, downloaded to my computer and thought I assigned that as the path. But it always goes to the internet for the parts and tells me cryptic nonsense about .pretty having to be in a section of code or something… Even spent 3 hours with a friend over the phone and still couldn’t get it to work.
Problem is I don’t understand how this file management system works. Is there anywhere I can go to that properly explains how the various modules interact with the libraries? Is there a common central repository… does it branch out to a server farm…?. Why does my computer keep searching the internet for the github files when they should be local as I show on my hard drive? Why can’t I download the library, save to the computer then work and edit that library instead of being told I don’t have permission?
My 2nd problem:
How do I save a symbol after editing? I select a library, find the part that I should be able to edit and re-save as a new part, but this clunky interface makes elementary operations a struggle. So after editing a symbol, how do I re-save it under a new name? The icon in the symbols editor tool that is the op amp with disk on top (save current symbol) is inactive. So what am I doing wrong? I also don’t understand the verbage used (what is .pretty supposed to mean?) I am a hardware engineer, not a Python coder.