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Test active schematics

You can click in the main page on inputs to change their values. Everything should follow your changes. You can define a new display window in the schematics window by pressing z on two corners. You can get the full view by pressing f, or use i, j, k, m to move the point of view. Pressing d near an element gives you delay info about it (crude) in the top message bar. Clicking on one of the bottom buttons loads a different predefined page. This is the test.skip file for example.

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