The Cable Tester v1.0 had some serious issues. That tester could detect non-connected cables/lines but it had problems recognizing miss-connected / switched cables. So I have made a plan for the newer version with the help of @davedarko's comment.
The very fist version of the cable tester is very simple: four switches with four LEDs. When the cable connected you can switch on/off the buttons and the LEDs bright up if the line has connection. That seems simple and perfect. But ...
So it works just fine. When I connect the XLR cable I can check to connectivity of the 3 main lines/pins and the chassis ground.
But what does this circuit do when some cables are connected but in a wrong way? Sometimes it works just fine (left picture), but in other cases it makes false OK signs (right picture). So it is time to make a better version of the circuit.
Hey man, can you update the links now that circuits.io is gone?