Saddle,

Just outline your polygons on an unused mech layer first and then follow these
lines for the polygon outlines (one mech layer for each "multipolygoned" signal
layer).

Regards,

Emanuel

Saddle wrote:

> Hi Folks, just a quikie,
>
> A large number of the boards I make have multiple polygons on the same side
> for different nets and they are not rectangular in shape. With parts and
> pads everywhere, the edge boundaries of a layed polygon are not that
> obvious. The problem I seem to have alot is knowing where the edges
> (boundaries) of an existing polygon are when laying down the next one beside
> it. This may sound strange, say just lay one over the other, but sometimes
> protel wants to redraw/recreate the polygons and it may not draw them in the
> correct order again.
>
> Thanks in advance for any replies,
>
> Saddle (In the land of Oz)
> "God and Governments, be wary of someone who hears voices from either"

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