Can’t import SVG’s to Fritzing Part Editor created with Adobe Illustrator

When I tried Fritzing for the first time today, I unfortunately had to notice that two parts are missing. A NodeMCU has already created and released squix78, thanks for that. But unfortunately I could not find a RS232-TTL converter (MAX3232). No problem, then I just create an own part. With this manual this is relatively easy. Unfortunately the part editor did not accept the SVG’s I created with Adobe Illustrator. After a long time of trying I found out that the following export settings are necessary. Important is the number of decimal places:

The final part:

You could download my MAX3232 RS232-to-TTL-Converter Breakout Board here. To use it, drag and drop it into you sketch.

 

One thought on “Can’t import SVG’s to Fritzing Part Editor created with Adobe Illustrator”

  1. Ohne deinen blog hätt ich das Problem nie nicht gelöst. Vielen Dank !!!

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