Pin Colours

2017-03-13

The below connector diagram shows colours used in the Pin Linking page, and what they represent. There are ten colours:


Light Grey

Empty, non linked pin.

Light Green

This represents a core (or cores when using Autolink), which is selected for linking.

Dark Green

Represents a core (or cores when using Autolink), which is selected for linking, and already has another link to that core.

Light Orange

Represents a successfully linked core for the current wire.

Dark Orange

Represents a successfully linked core.

Dark Grey

Represents a pin which is linked to another path. It is important for example to calculate what area is available if more wires need to be connected to this pin.

Dark Blue

Represents a linked pin which has been clicked and is about to be unlinked.Red - Represents a looped back link in that connector.

Light Turquoise

Represents a pin linked to the cable screening.

Dark Turquoise

Represents a pin linked to the cable screening on another path.