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Hello all, I am a noob in the world of Arduino and even more so with Eagle CAD. I am trying to make a schematic and I need to have a wire cross over another wire. How do I do this in Eagle?

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Just draw it like that. Eagle will treat them as 2 signals unless you add a dot at the intersection.

An example:


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Got it. Thank you much! I still have lots to learn haha.
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Just takes practice. And asking some questions.

Or you could try the tutorials at sparkfun.com
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