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When I import the spice netlist using the import option the tool generates a schematic which is completely jumbled up. Is there any way to tell the tool to generate the schematic in a particular order?
Info: I noticed that the order and name of the transistors doesn't affect (if the .cdl or spice netlist contains only mos transistors) the schematic generation.
Hi MOS007No, there is no such option. spiceIn has an analog schematic option which will allow it to arrange the transistors more nicely but it is not possible to force it to do the arrangement in a specific manner.Best regardsQuek
In reply to Quek:
In reply to MOS007:
Do you know a technique where I can get rid of the measurements in the layout window? If I use a ruler (keyboard shortcut = 'k') to measure the widht of the layers the measurement gets stuck on the screen. I need to save and reopen the layout to get rid of the ruler. Is there a way to get rid of it without closing the layout window and reopening it.
In reply to John Regan:
Thanks John. I hadn't even seen that option :P