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19894

Re: switch layer of drawing

I have not tried this but... click and drag to select the whole block that you want to change... Then you will see a popup menu asking what to include in the
rifkum
3:53 PM
#19894
 
19893

Re: Setting default library search paths in eeschema

I'd like to second this wish. I've been looking and haven't found out how to change this either. ... -- mailto:oz@... Oz POB 93167 Southlake, TX 76092
Oz-in-DFW
10:45 AM
#19893
 
19892

Need tester's for Eagle to KiCad.

Hi, I have a number of Eagle ULP's which convert Eagle 6.xx SCH to KiCad SCH lib/mod's. It's Alpha stage at the moment, and I have only testing it on
lachlanaudas
4:53 AM
#19892
 
19891

Re: Pads connected to GND area [1 Attachment]

Do you have two (or more) layers shown in that screen shot? It appears that there are two slightly different shades of red, which might indicate two different
Peter Bennett
Mar 28
#19891
 
19890

Re: Pads connected to GND area

Is there a posibillity to grab the traces, without changing the position of the other traces? Because I'm in the walk around mode but it changes every time the
Martin Marmsoler
Mar 28
#19890
 
19889

Re: Pads connected to GND area

Yes and no. This is result of a wrong settings in zone properties. The default settings might be inappropriate for your design and you may have to adjust some
keruseykaryu
Mar 28
#19889
 
19888

Re: Pads connected to GND area

No problem! Glad it did. Just get in the habit of running DRC and ensuring you've gotten all errors and unconnected nets fixed (It's easy to miss a short
Martin Held
Mar 28
#19888
 
19887

Re: Pads connected to GND area

Yes it worked. Thank you! 2015-03-28 19:14 GMT+01:00 Martin Held diver.martin@... [kicad-users]
Martin Marmsoler
Mar 28
#19887
 
19886

Re: Pads connected to GND area [1 Attachment]

Such as your 3.3V rail? Re-run DRC, that will re-fill all zones, or you can click on the ground plane itself and zones->fill zone. Still a good idea to do
Martin Held
Mar 28
#19886
 
19885

Pads connected to GND area

Hello, i draw a electronic circuit with kicad and there I saw that some pads which aren't connected to GND, but in there are connected to the GND area. And
Martin Marmsoler
Mar 28
#19885
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19884

Re: IEC Libraries

nothing gets me more incensed than when a 'programmer' or a 'designer' decides to be 'clever' with a UI that changes a well accepted standard/practice OR
John Hudak
Mar 28
#19884
 
19883

Re: IEC Libraries

It was my emailer I was using. All-new-Yahoo formats the From address using a confusing, non-standard format, that if copied makes it look like the email is
Robert
Mar 28
#19883
 
19882

Re: IEC Libraries

Never trust someone else's mailer to do the 'right thing' - at least not if you haven't made sure it does... Could be worse though - there is always that
arthur_torrey@...
Mar 27
#19882
 
19881

Re: BC108 transistor in KiCad library?

To respond to Donald, I can't imagine using the schematic entry and layout tools as a database for parts. In fact, I can imagine it as I worked at a place
gnuarm
Mar 27
#19881
 
19880

Re: BC108 transistor in KiCad library?

I don't need that many parts, which is why having them all in any library is a waste. I like orthogonality, and in cases where the circuit function is
Donald H Locker
Mar 27
#19880
 
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