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AddComponentDialog: Pre-select symbol variant by project norms #430

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commented Mar 16, 2019

  • Enable project settings menu item in board/schematic editors (I guess they were hidden by accident).
  • AddComponentDialog: Pre-select symbol variant by project norms

Now you can set your preferred norm in the project settings dialog:
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And then the "Add Component"-dialog automatically pre-selects the component symbol variant according the specified norm:
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Fixes #396

@ubruhin ubruhin added this to the 0.1.1 milestone Mar 16, 2019

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@ubruhin ubruhin added this to In Progress in Improve user experience of GUI Mar 16, 2019

@ubruhin ubruhin force-pushed the 396-support-project-norm branch from b725e8c to b74a930 Mar 17, 2019

@ubruhin ubruhin merged commit bc82905 into master Mar 17, 2019

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Merge pull request #430 from LibrePCB/396-support-project-norm
AddComponentDialog: Pre-select symbol variant by project norms
(cherry picked from commit bc82905)

@ubruhin ubruhin moved this from In Progress to Done in Improve user experience of GUI Apr 6, 2019

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