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Re: 2D Symbols

New version. I've added some new symbols.
The library are here
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confused Re: 2D Symbols

Is it possible to update this library to add the electrical symbols that bitocovir has posted a picture of? my county requires these specific symbols in a layout of my basement.

mainly i need the recessed light and the outlet symbols.
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Re: 2D Symbols

New version. I've add the symbols demand by fosterj2003 and bitacovir .
I use a modified script to generate the library thanks to alberich.
The new script is inside of library.
Here is a screenshot

The library are HERE
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Re: 2D Symbols

Thank you Dorin, appreciate your efforts
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Re: 2D Symbols

Great work Dorin ! applause applause applause
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Re: 2D Symbols

Nice. Thank you!
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Re: 2D Symbols

Thanks Dorin for you effort to maintain this library smile
Would you be kind enough to update the ticket 3D models #325 too, please?
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Re: 2D Symbols

New version 1.5.4. I've add some furniture symbols.
Here are the news:

and the library
Thanks to all who appreciate it.
I need also some critics (the constructive ones).
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Re: 2D Symbols

In version 1.5.5 will be more than 125 pieces.
What do You think about to split in 3~4 separate library?
Eg:2DSymb-electric; 2DSymb-emergency; 2DSymb-furniture.
Any suggestions are welcome.
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Re: 2D Symbols

Eg:2DSymb-electric; 2DSymb-emergency; 2DSymb-furniture

Good idea ! smile
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