Thank you IAN. I shall begin my education immediately. Bob -Original Message- From: Ian Wilson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 3:36 PM To: Protel EDA Forum Subject: Re: [PEDA] We Need Your Help! ..snip.. John, Can you point me to where it is documented at
At 03:56 AM 6/30/2004, Leo Potjewijd wrote: At 30-6-2004 00:34, Stephen Noftall wrote: [In DXP,] Is there anyway to get hierarchal designs to work when a component has 2 parts, and they go to the odd/even sub sheets? like if 1/2 of an opamp goes to sheet 1, and the other half to sheet 2. Then
I just thought I'd comment on the basic problem. From my understanding, an import was done from PADS to Protel which moved track from an assembly layer to the silkscreen layer. Good import programs allow explicit cross-program mapping of layers, but that's another issue As long as there is
ABDU, However, there might be a more direct way to accomplish the task. Is there any way to move the assembly lines to a different layer in PADS? I find it hard to believe that the import would automatically take *all* track and put it on the Silkscreen layer? Perhaps it was considered, when
Abd ul-Rahman Lomax wrote: The was no problem in 99SE because 99SE does not have the repeat section facility of DXP. The question really is not about hierarchical design, but about repeat sections. I haven't used this DXP facility, but it is something new and potentially quite useful. The idea
At 12:32 PM 7/1/2004, Joe Sapienza wrote: I tried during the import to redirect the assembly info to the various mechanical layers, it ignored me sans even a note and sent them to the top silkscreen anyway. I was told the why is because the importer program was targeted toward copper layers
At 01:01 PM 7/1/2004, Stephen Noftall wrote: But of course, as you mentioned, it is best to talk about this on the DXP list. Got to check out to see if it handles email I/O. It does, that is, I receive it and send to it by email. I think I subscribed from the web though.
Abd ulRahman, We are almost completed with the translation of the 9,000 part PADS library to Protel DXP. Phillip Restall - [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote a program to change the silkscreen outline to a special line width in the PADS library and then, once the library is in Protel, we are globally