Ok, I'm willing to go along with that thinking, however it would be more 
useful to me if it were possible to exclude free pads & especially vias 
from selection when using this method.

Frank

At 03:35 PM 9/17/2001 -0700, Bruce wrote:
>This is no bug.  This is Protel operating as it is designed.
>
>If you turn off a layer, it is assumed that you do not want to manipulate
>items on that layer!
>
>So, by placing components on (in this case) the top layer, then turning off
>the top layer, I would EXPECT it to not be selectable, in spite of the fact
>that it might have some multi-layer primitives that show even when that
>layer it turned off.
>
>Seems to be behaving as expected to me...

Frank Gilley
Dell-Star Technologies
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