JaMi

Edit, Move Split Plane vertices will do it.

Ian
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From: "JaMi Smith" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Protel EDA Forum" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Cc: "JaMi Smith" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, September 13, 2002 1:29 PM
Subject: [PEDA] Can I edit split planes


> In Protel 99 SE, I have 4 split planes, with the outer ones being ground
> with only one split, between analog and digital, to provide a good solid
> ground for all of the LVDS controlled impedence goodies on the outer 2
> layers.
>
> Remaining  2  inner planes are split to provide 2 different supplie
voltages
> each to each of 3 different little BGA's.
>
> I took the time to build all of the "split planes" in the in the "Split
> Planes" manager, and they all look just great.
>
> Problem is that I want to extend the entire left side if the board .500"
and
> move everything to the right by that amount, and this means that the left
> edge of about half or the 18 plane segments need to be redrawn.
>
> I know you can change the netname of a split plane segment, I've done that
> successfully in the past.
>
> I know you can move an entire split plane segment,  I've done that
> successfully in the past.
>
> Can I just go in there and "edit" (as in  lengthen) or "move segments of
the
> split plane segment?
>
> In the past I have simply deleted them and redrawn them ass necessary, but
> here I ave a lot so I thought I would see if anyone has done this before.
>
> Seems pretty straight forward, and should work, but I can't afford a screw
> up on this project.
>
> Thanks,
>
> JaMi Smith
>
>
>
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