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XelCAD is an X-based application, designed to create electrical circuit layouts. It's, of course, not a professional CAD application, but it's absolutely sufficient for private-home usage (and more ;-).

It's simple. It works like older OrCAD(tm) versions. You can (must) use the mouse and keyboard at the same time. There are two different 'element-types': internal elements: These are wires, busses, junctions, text-elements, ... external elements: An external element (resistors, capacistors,...) can be placed by typing in it's name (e.g. 'r', 'c', 'npn', 'opamp', 'tlc271', 'diode_z',...). The entered name corresponds to a file in the library directory. Adding (creating) your own elements is very simple.

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