The very same thing in 98SE made me quite cross. There is probably a right
way to fix this. I couldn't find it and turned off the component clearance
rule instead.




                                                                                       
                               
                      Dr Gwyn Roberts                                                  
                               
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Hi all,

Need to place a number of terminal blocks in a row, with the body of
each touching that of its neighbour, on a PCB being laid out in Protel DXP.

Despite setting the electrical placement and component clearance DRCs
for these particular components to 0mm, Protel still flags this a
violation when they are placed next to each other.  .

Anyone come across this problem/know of a workaround?

Many thanks
Gwyn Roberts
Univ of Wales, Bangor









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