[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

> I have a number of polygons on a board. If they overlap the second one

> poured ignores the fact that the first one is there. Is this just a
bug? If
> so is there a way to make Protel do what is expected (i.e. not connect

> different polygons together!)
> Or am I just doing something wrong?
>
There are 2 rules for split plane polygons.

1.  They must not overlap (on the same layer)
        (this is pretty obvious)

2.  No split plane polygon can completely enclose another split plane
poly.
        (This is actually an annoying restriction, but we can live with
it.)

I am not sure that P99SE can check for violations of these rules,
directly
What you get is incorrect connections to plane voltages detected in the
DRC net connection rules.

Jon


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