Topic: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

https://economie.fgov.be/fr/publication … al-sur-les

- Where should the folder (s) be placed in the library
- Are there specific rules for folders?
- Are there specific rules for elements?

And I would also link the symbols of the one-wire scheme to the symbols of the situation plan.

+one-wire scheme
  - symbols A (link_type="master")
+situation plan
  - symbols A (link_type="slave")

I still have to start drawing but I would have liked some tips.


Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

For domestic symbols

the folder Home installation contains 265 elements, parts in 16 folders.

Path of collection :  common://10_electric/11_singlepole/500_home_installation
Path in the file system :  /usr/share/qelectrotech/elements/10_electric/11_singlepole/500_home_installation

For architectural symbols

the folder Architectural contains 77 elements, parts in 0 folders.

Path of collection :  common://10_electric/11_singlepole/500_home_installation/30_architectural
Path in the file system :  /usr/share/qelectrotech/elements/10_electric/11_singlepole/500_home_installation/30_architectural


Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

some translations

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Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

what is the new address for the license


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Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

https://git.tuxfamily.org/qet/qet.git/t … TS.LICENSE


Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

thank you i will add it to the new Elements

8 (edited by De-Backer 2020-06-29 19:36:16)

Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

still work in progress, but I already have this:
- the basic folder structure.
- the basic elements.
- an almost example.

can you give me feedback regarding:
- the location of the root folder (90_arei)?
- if this can be included in QElectroTech or not (if it is complete)?

QElectroTech V 0.80-DEV
Compilation: GCC 10.1.1 20200507 [revision dd38686d9c810cecbaa80bb82ed91caaa58ad635]
Built with Qt 5.15.0 - Date : Jun 28 2020 : 14:51:14 
Run with Qt 5.15.0 using 16 thread(s)
OS : linux - x86_64 - Version : openSUSE Tumbleweed - Kernel : 5.7.2-1-default

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Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

Hi Simon,

I saw your master element use only one slave, maybe in your case you could use folio report link type like these :

Chemin de la collection :  common://10_electric/98_graphics/01_auxiliary_symbols/01_cross_ref_symbols/01_with_linking_function


Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

the master elements contain extra text (data) that is shared between the 2 elements master-slave.
I am not getting this working with folio link type. Is this possible?


Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

In folio link type I think no, but with attached conductors to folio link type, yes.

12 (edited by De-Backer 2020-06-30 22:38:54)

Re: AREI graphic symbols (Belgium)

yes you are right, if i use the wires for the info,
but now the info comes from the schematic that uses no wires.

if i turn it over and the fuse is connected to the sockets and the info of all sockets is the same.

Or am I wrong.

<dynamic_text text_width="-1" z="1" rotation="0" Halignment="AlignLeft" text_from="ElementInfo" font="Sans Serif,9,-1,5,50,0,0,0,0,0" y="20" uuid="{e6ffd3e5-47dd-42e6-8253-66918b0db5da}" Valignment="AlignTop" frame="false" x="-2">
<dynamic_text text_width="-1" z="6" rotation="0" Halignment="AlignRight" text_from="ElementInfo" font="Sans Serif,9,-1,5,0,0,0,0,0,0,normal" y="20" uuid="{8f8a06fb-a7d6-47cf-9833-5d614b55954c}" Valignment="AlignTop" frame="false" x="-7">
        <line length1="1.5" y1="-10" end2="none" x1="-26" x2="6" y2="-10" antialias="false" length2="1.5" style="line-style:normal;line-weight:normal;filling:none;color:black" end1="none"/>
        <line length1="1.5" y1="-4" end2="none" x1="-10" x2="0" y2="-16" antialias="false" length2="1.5" style="line-style:normal;line-weight:normal;filling:none;color:black" end1="none"/>
        <dynamic_text text_width="-1" z="9" rotation="0" Halignment="AlignLeft" text_from="ElementInfo" font="Sans Serif,12,-1,5,0,0,0,0,0,0,normal" y="-37" uuid="{528ebbca-c8e3-4f20-916d-53d6a0eb7ac3}" Valignment="AlignBottom" frame="false" x="-4">
        <dynamic_text text_width="-1" z="10" rotation="0" Halignment="AlignRight" text_from="ElementInfo" font="Sans Serif,9,-1,5,0,0,0,0,0,0,normal" y="-35" uuid="{732d53e3-6f5c-4585-ac8c-85b7db103038}" Valignment="AlignTop" frame="false" x="-25">