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What is the best way for replacing the components with "standard" one?
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Brandon

I have the eagle schematic from others with all components are "private". Now I want to "standardize" the schematic,making all components based from one library which provides correct amounts for device part. Do you have any suggestion on the best way for
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Achim Paulduro

Interesting and useful!

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