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I'm trying to draw a logic circuit involving the standard gates and flip-flops, but can't seem to find any program for the task.
I tried xfig, but the UI is so incredibly frustrating as to be unusable (eg. refusing to select lines, at all, despite my clicking pixel by excruciating pixel in the entire vicinity of the object), and so I cannot adapt the library components to my own needs. Dia is good, but has no flip-flops in its logic library and none of my searching has found any for it; similarly for Inkscape.
Please note that I'm not trying to simulate the circuit, just draw it. I'm sure such a tool must exist, but it has so far eluded me.