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 move non-grid placement&via to grid 

Last post Fri, Nov 26 2010 5:39 AM by Jeffyjames. 2 replies.
Started by Jeffyjames 26 Nov 2010 04:19 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 1222 views
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  • Fri, Nov 26 2010 4:19 AM

    • Jeffyjames
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    move non-grid placement&via to grid Reply

    hi all,

    can anyone help me out to move non-grid placement and via(already done placement and fan-out) to move to grid.Is there any option to carry out this movement or any skill?.

    it is difficult to move component or via one by one after picking up and give snap to grid. please give me a solution

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  • Fri, Nov 26 2010 4:28 AM

    • steve
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    Re: move non-grid placement&via to grid Reply

    If you know how far you are off grid then use Edit - Move, then RMB Temp group (make sure your find filter is set) the window select your items, RMB Done the pick an origin and the at the command line type ix the distance you need to move it back on grid (i.e. 0.5 0.5) hit return and the group will move.

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  • Fri, Nov 26 2010 5:39 AM

    • Jeffyjames
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    Re: move non-grid placement&via to grid Reply
    Hi steve, Thanks a lot for your immediate reply. Problem here is I was doing placement & via with 1 mils or .1mils. I don’t know how far I need to move exactly. All these components and vias will be in different offset. So not able to find out exact offset to move. Please suggest.
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