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<p>I think we may see a mass migration to KiCad in the near term.... I started following those tutorials a few days ago, he does a decent job of walking you through it. I just found KiCad a bit frustrating setting up new libraries and refreshing the netlist between schematic and board to be frustrating. I did like the fact that the parts libraries auto update from Git!</p>
<p>On 2017-01-25 15:13, Peter Sjoberg wrote:</p>
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<pre>Regarding the free version it is still free but now you have to create a
autodesk account to use it. I just wonder it I still need internet and
how long it stays free.
if you decide to pay you can no longer pay once and use it for a few
years, if you want to make a 4 layer board you now need to pay $620CAD a
year for that privilege.
I'm now even more happy that I already switched to kicad.
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