I needed a USB to RS232 (TTL), converter.
I bought one of those cheap Ebay CP2102 converters, and tried using it.
But the RST pin on the connector is Reset for the CP2102 chip.
This wasn’t the idea, as I needed to connect it directly to on of my boards.
So hacking it was one of my choices, which i did:
Next step was to cut the trace for the unused DSR on the top side of the board:
As you can see, the switch is able to connect either the DTR or the RTS to the output pin.
The switch I used was from RS, one I just had laying around.
Well, whattayaknow, it works.
Maybe some of you can use this, but I’m not responsible for any damage to you or your goods.