Dear Waldemar,

Thank you for your replied.
 
I tried the first comment, it works. Thank you.
 
I still have problem setting up SMD pads to polygon connection. Here is
what I did:

Design rule/manufacturing/polygon connect style, I tried to use Pad
Specification as filter. There is no Object Type selection to let me
choose SMD pads under this rule. So I set up hole size as 0, which means
SMD Pads. But it does not work. All the SMD pads of the nets still
connect to the polygon. I am sure there is a way to do it but I have a
hard time finding it.

Any comment? ---Thank you.


Shuping


-----Original Message-----
From: Kulajew Waldemar [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, August 19, 2002 10:00 PM
To: Protel EDA Forum
Subject: [PEDA] AW: Polygon Plane clearance and SMD PADs design rule set
up for Protel 99 SE


Hello Mr. Lew

        if you use 99SE there is a wayto do what you want. 
Please note the Comments in the original message.

I hope it helps a little

Waldemar


-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
< -- snipp -->
1. I'd like to set up the clearance of the plane different from the
regular trace of the board, which is 12mil instead of 7 mil for regular
trace connection.

Set clearence rule under Routing to "object kind" "Polygon" and "bottom
Layer" (Possibly)

2. I also like to set up the polygon connects to fan out via instead of
directly from the SMT pad. 

Set Polygon connect Style under Manufacturing to "no connect"
You may use "Net" as filter kind to prevent other polygons from not
beeing connected

< -- snipp -->

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