Hello, I very much like the idea of SnapEDA desktop app.
I have the same issue as described here
but on Windows 10 and KiCAD 6.
When I try to use the SnapEDA app I select the part and after pressing "Add to Library on KiCAD" I'm getting the following error message:
error while executing kicad script the system cannot find the path specified.
In the Tools tab, I have the KiCAD added. Nevertheless, the app displays the following:
Plugin optimized for KiCad (Beta)
Application: KiCad (64-bit)
Version: (6.0.1), release build
libcurl/7.78.0-DEV Schannel zlib/1.2.11
Platform: Windows 10 (build 22000), 64-bit edition, 64 bit, Little endian, wxMSW
Date: Jan 15 2022 13:36:27
wxWidgets: 3.1.5 (wchar_t,wx containers)
Compiler: Visual C++ 1929 without C++ ABI
Can you help me to fix that issue, please?
Added 4 months, 3 weeks ago.
Thanks for reaching us. Unfortunately, as for now we only support KiCad up to stable version 5.1.10. Since KiCad has recently released its stable version 6.0, we would like to confirm that our team is currently working to ensure full compatibility of plugins and content, and updates will be released shortly.
We apologize for this inconvenience, and feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.
Have a nice day,
Carlos from the SnapEDA team
Answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago.
There is a link to the answer to my question
The issue is fixed in the SnapEDA Desktop app Version: v1.1.0.
It's still has a long way to go but this particular issue is fixed. Thanks to the SnapEDA team.
As a sidenote, I need to mention that you can't just drag and drop the part from the app to the schematic.
KiCAD eeschema does not support the API yet. Therefore the SnapEDA desktop app is just adding the part to the library - not to the schematic.
Answered 4 months ago.