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The problem is when I place the component in my schematic, some text pops up. This reads '@1*2', since I numbered the pins of the package 1 through 4(1 & 2 and 3 & 4 are connected).
Did you number your pads @1, @2, @3 and @4?
What this means is on the particular pin where that text is found you have mapped pad @1 and one other pin for a total of 2 pins. You can turn this off in the symbol editor by going to the properties for the symbol pins and setting 'Visibility' to 'Off'.
Thanks! That worked out just how I wanted it to!
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I just made my first library in Eagle. It's for a pcb mounted 5x20mm fuse holder (http://www.littelfuse.com/~/media/electronics/images/fuse_clips/littelfuse_fuse_clip_105_125_image.jpg.jpg). So I made the package and symbols, and removed all names of the pins. The problem is when I place the component in my schematic, some text pops up. This reads '@1*2', since I numbered the pins of the package 1 through 4(1 & 2 and 3 & 4 are connected).
My question is: How do remove these names from my part?
Thanks in advance,