found this guy !
its so simple and practical ! that i, maybe, never have ever think of it !
Wow, if nothing else it sure looks pretty!
I like those, especially for DIP. Makes signal probing (debugging) much easier. Less useful for SMT packages due to small package size. The coloring scheme seems well thought out - it is particularly easy to pick out power and ground connections. Port coloring is also nice.
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Do they have one for the Tiny 10?
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Nothing new under the sun - I remember something like this used to be available for 74 TTL logic chips
Now you mention it, I remember those 74 series ones.
EDIT: so I went googling to see if anyone still supplied 74 stickers and hit this...
Seems someone already "owns" any great ideas!
Does look nicely done. I had Google do a translation, and he's talking about a project. Possibly there are templates available, I didn't look that closely. In structions were to use a photoprinter with matte paper.
Some suppliers of optiboot 328s advertise that they include a pinout sticker. The one I bought from Sparkfun had one -- black and white, but still useful. They usually mention a brand name, so I suppose that somebody makes those at least.
Similar stickers have been available for some years for the Parallax Propeller:
Leon Heller G1HSM
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