Looks like a different bug (2.9mm drill is smaller than 3.2mm pad). I can’t reproduce it on 5.0rc2 Mac. Not sure if that’s because it’s fixed in 5.0, or it only shows up on Windows, or it’s something specific to Michael’s setup.
> On 16 Apr 2018, at 22:44, Michael McCormack <m...@artpoe.com> wrote: > > This is the module snipped from the board file: > > (module Ori:MountingHole_3.2mm_M3_ISO14580 (layer F.Cu) (tedit 59C8FBCE) > (tstamp 5AC4E91C) > (at 138.25 141.050001) > (descr "Mounting Hole 3.2mm, no annular, M3, ISO14580") > (tags "mounting hole 3.2mm no annular m3 iso14580") > (path /583B5C0A) > (fp_text reference M1 (at 0 -3.75) (layer F.SilkS) hide > (effects (font (size 1 1) (thickness 0.15))) > ) > (fp_text value "M3_Mounting Hole" (at 0 3.75) (layer F.Fab) > (effects (font (size 1 1) (thickness 0.15))) > ) > (fp_circle (center 0 0) (end 2.75 0) (layer Cmts.User) (width 0.15)) > (fp_circle (center 0 0) (end 3 0) (layer F.CrtYd) (width 0.05)) > (pad "" np_thru_hole circle (at 0 0) (size 3.2 3.2) (drill 2.9) (layers > *.Cu *.Mask) > (clearance 2)) > ) > > I am using 4.0.7 under Windows 10, if you decode this is the known bug I > sincerely apologize for having wasted your time. I did not see a bug that I > thought was the same thing. If not, I will mail it to any and all of you to > look at. I won't obfuscate, I'd be afraid to disturb the problem. I see no > real problem sharing the board with Kicad developers but can also understand > why my employer is not keen to have our boards posted on the internet. > > Cheers > Mike > > > On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 5:13 PM, Jon Evans <j...@craftyjon.com > <mailto:j...@craftyjon.com>> wrote: > That sounds like a bug (if there is invalid data like that, we should deal > with it in a better way) > It sounds like it might be easy to make a trivial test case to attach to a > bug report without using your employer's board as-is > (maybe by removing everything manually from the kicad_pcb file except for the > hole in question and the board outline?) > > I can't take a look at this right this moment, but I could in the next few > days if no one else jumps on it first. > > -Jon > > On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 4:35 PM, Michael McCormack <m...@artpoe.com > <mailto:m...@artpoe.com>> wrote: > This might not be quite the right place to post this, but, I've found > something that is a slightly problematic with Kicad and board file. I have a > PCB that has a NPH hole located off the board, I can't see it or select it > inside PCBNew, however, it gets a hole in the gerbers and I can find it in > the kicad_pcb file if I open the file with a text editor. > > As it is my employer's board, I can't see them being OK with me creating a > bug report and posting the board file for just anyone to see; but, as I have > used Kicad myself probably a decade I'd send it to someone to evaluate if it > would help the project. > > Is anyone interested? > > _______________________________________________ > Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~kicad-developers > <https://launchpad.net/~kicad-developers> > Post to : email@example.com > <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> > Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~kicad-developers > <https://launchpad.net/~kicad-developers> > More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp > <https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp> > > >
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