Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Greg Olson
I ran into the same thing yesterday. What I did was Select All then use Deselect Inside Area to deselect your board. This leaves your unwanted text selected. Now place some bogus object (text, line, etc..) in a clear area of the workspace and select it. You can now move this object and the

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Daniel Webster
Ken: In response to your question below, you might try the following: Hightlight everything (E-S-A hotkeys), then do a move selection and move the entire pcb artwork up the 3 inches or so you would like. This should allow the text in question to become visible and then you can delete it. Once

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread HxEngr

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Bruce Walter
All good stuff... Glad to see a range of options. After mulling over everyone's wisdom, I propose the most clear-cut easy solution: De-select all (X-A) Select outside (E-S-O), then draw the box around your work to be un-affected Move Selection (M-S), this allows you to move the selection

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Abd ul-Rahman Lomax
At 02:38 PM 3/23/01 -0500, Andrew J Jenkins wrote: Edit-Select-Outside---then select a window defined by the boundaries of the schematic (the part you WANT to save) Now Edit-deleTe I prefer to see what I am deleting first; it might turn out to be something important (though it usually isn't,

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Andrew J Jenkins
On 09:41 PM 3/23/2001 -0800, Abd ul-Rahman Lomax wrote: At 02:38 PM 3/23/01 -0500, Andrew J Jenkins wrote: Edit-Select-Outside---then select a window defined by the boundaries of the schematic (the part you WANT to save) Now Edit-deleTe I prefer to see what I am deleting first; it might turn

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Hamid A. Wasti
Jackson, Ken wrote: Is there anyway to display the workspace below the absolute origin. No. when I produce the gerber files and load them into CAMtastic, there is some text and copper that shows up 3 inches from the bottom of the board. But there is a way to deal with that. Zoom out to

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Abd ul-Rahman Lomax
At 02:29 PM 3/23/01 -0800, Bruce Walter wrote: Move Selection (M-S), this allows you to move the selection (what is outside the workspace) relative to your first click, without having to place and selecting an object IN the workspace! For some unknown reason I haven't used Move Selection.

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Abd ul-Rahman Lomax
At 09:49 AM 3/23/01 -0500, Jackson, Ken wrote: Is there anyway to display the workspace below the absolute origin. I can't get the display to scroll below this origin yet when I produce the gerber files and load them into CAMtastic, there is some text and copper that shows up 3 inches from the

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Bruce Walter
I think this will work... Select all (E-S-A), then with a large grid (100 or more) move EVERYTHING up enough to get to the offending items. Manipulate as necessary, then move everything back. Using caution, assisted by the large grid when necessary, will assist in getting the board back

Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin

2001-05-07 Thread Jackson, Ken
To: Protel EDA Forum Subject: Re: [PEDA] Text below absolute origin At 09:49 AM 3/23/01 -0500, Jackson, Ken wrote: Is there anyway to display the workspace below the absolute origin. I can't get the display to scroll below this origin yet when I produce the gerber files and load them