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I looked around and couldn't find a Fritzing part http://fritzing.org/download/ for the new Arduino Yun so I decided to try my hand at creating it based on the UNO.

Hope it helps people create lots of new tutorials for the awesome Yun!

J.

To install...  right click on the parts bin and choose import.



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I looked around and couldn't find a Fritzing part for the new Arduino Yun so I decided to try my hand at creating it based on the UNO.
If you are up to using the Yun then you must be past using such a baby program as Fritzing.
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If you are up to using the Yun then you must be past using such a baby program as Fritzing.

Oh... and what are the grownups using?
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Thanks for the part! this is really helpful!
I think Grumpy_Mike meant Eagle?
Both of them are great software i use both depending on what i need to do.
Thanks again
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Oh... and what are the grownups using?
Anything that actually produces a schematic and not the abortion that Fritzing produces. People post physical layout diagrams produced by Fritzing and think they are posting schematics. They are not. For anything more than about six or seven components they do not convey anything meaningful. If you need a physical layout diagram then you should learn a bit more about electronics before doing something more than blinking an LED.

Personally I just use a generic 2D drafting program and draw my own components. Grouping and copy and paste means that you don't have to keep redrawing the symbols. You can put the pins on a chip where they need to be to make the diagram simple and easy to follow.
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THANK YOU canadaDry!   Sweet!!!!
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We adolescents (57) often use Fritzing for making illustration for documentation and blogs publishing. Thank you very much canadaDry, nice work.
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Thanks for contributing - need this for an article.
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Thank you very much, it helped a lot for my report.
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