Category Archives: L-edit

Export L-Edit Config Settings

Export L-Edit Config Settings L-Edit is a piece of powerful layout design software. As you use it you will probably make changes to the configuration, such as keyboard shortcuts and other settings. This post shows you how you can export these customisations as a config file which you can save as a backup, or to… Read More »

L-Edit Change Layer Rendering

L-Edit Change Layer Rendering When designing layouts in L-Edit being able to change the appearance of different layers is very important. Sensible selection of layer rendering can make editing design files much easier. This post shows you how to change the rendering in different layers in L-edit. Setup Layers The settings for changing the appearance… Read More »

L-Edit Export GDS File How To

L-Edit How to Export a GDS File L-Edit, part of the Tanner Tools suite of circuit design software uses it’s own ‘tda’ file format. If you want to send your designs to other people for review or production, you’re probably going to want to use the GDS format. This short guide shows you how to… Read More »

How To Do L-Edit GDS Import

How to Do L-Edit GDS Import GDS is a common data format for dealing with layout files. L-edit is a very powerful software package, but unfortunately for a new user even simple tasks like importing files can prove to be problematic. To help you out, here is a quick guide for how to do L-edit… Read More »