At 09:48 AM 10/14/2002 -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>     I have a board with 9 Keepout areas meant to keep out a copper plane 
> pour on the top side. The first time the copper is poured the areas are 
> kept copper free. But after selecting the fills and moving them aside 
> when they are brought back for another pour two of the fill areas will 
> not keep the copper out. These two areas were then redefined and work 
> well but then two other areas would not keep the copper out on the next pour.
>     I have seen this occur on a previous board. Why are these Keepout 
> areas made ineffective by manipulation? Their net associations are all 
> set to "No Net".

something important is missing from the description: *how* did the fills 
get the "no net" designation. Was it *ever* anything else.

There is a net memory bug in Protel 99SE, see the "bug: poly pour" 
description in the bug list database, entered 2002/02/14.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/protel-users/database?method=reportRows&tbl=1&sortBy=1&sortDir=down&start_at=26&query=

The home page of the bug list is at:

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