Hi Brad,

In Australia it is Saturday afternoon 14:13.

Select All, Cut, Paste to same place, when asked to
rebuild polygon say yes.

I think this will fix it.?

Regards,
Darren Moore

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brad Velander [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
> Sent: Saturday, 23 February 2002 13:55
        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

> To: Protel EDA Forum List Server (E-mail)
> Subject: [PEDA] Polygons that become unselectable, undeletable.
> 
> 
> Hi guys, anybody still out there late on a Friday night (yeah 
> I know Ian, Geoff and other Aussies should still be around)?
> 
> Protel 99SE SP6
> 
>       I have four small polygons which I cannot select, 
> repour, delete or perform any actions on. I want to move them 
> and the associated traces connecting to them. I know how they 
> got this way (sort of). Sometime today my who PCB moved 
> within the database, seemed to be when I was importing some 
> ACAD DWG and DXF material. All of a sudden I noticed that my 
> common import point had shifted, no it actually hadn't, my 
> whole board outline had shifted approx. 2 inches. I am sure 
> that I didn't move it, nor did I forget that it was selected 
> and move something else (as far I can recall, I never had the 
> whole PCB selected at anytime today).
>       After shifting my PCB back to it's original location, I 
> cannot do anything to the 4 polygons. I don't believe that 
> the polygon outlines have become separated from the traces 
> but this is the only premise I can come up with. I have tried 
> to find them using the export to spreadsheet but all this 
> gives me is the handle for the polygons, no coordinates. What 
> are the other tips for finding lost polygons? Even if I could 
> delete the existing polygon tracks then I could replace them 
> quick enough in less time then I have already spent writing 
> this email.
> 
>       All tips and suggestions accepted graciously.

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