FREE Schematic publisher(also includeds breadboard and PCB view)IN ALPHA Answered
I did a search and didn't see it on this site anywhere, but
I see a huge need for a number of the members here to be able
to draw schematics and even simulate a breadboard or PCB. This software
is free(but it is still in ALPHA testing). I have no affiliation
with this site so I can only answer questions about
usability from my opinion.
For what a lot of people need on this site to help make "instructables" that have electronic curcuits in them I think this is perfect. Especially if you can't afford high dollar software, plus if you're not an electronic engineer this software will teach you proper terminalogy and proper drawing designations as well.
From what I know, all parts on the program are editable. So if you need a green 3.6v LED you can edit the one that comes default on the program and save it in your tool kit and use it for another project later.
Hopefully everybody sees this. If the Mods know of a place to put this where it may be more accesible and visible to everybody here, please move it.
Here's the link to find the software. They have it for Windows, Mac OSX, Linux 64 and 32 bit
PS, don't forget this software is in Alpha, so contact the devs and tell them if you have problems or you'd like to see changes