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 global change-ing property 

Last post Thu, May 24 2012 11:45 PM by kovibb. 3 replies.
Started by kovibb 24 May 2012 12:03 PM. Topic has 3 replies and 1400 views
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  • Thu, May 24 2012 12:03 PM

    • kovibb
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    global change-ing property Reply

    Hi everbody,

    I need your help. I have momentaly 0.2mm width traces but i need to change it to 0.25mm, please how can I globaly change this value for specialy group of nets without one by one process?

    thanks a lot 

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  • Thu, May 24 2012 10:44 PM

    • girish
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    Re: global change-ing property Reply

    Hi,

    You can make use of attached skill file . also available in skill forum .

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  • Thu, May 24 2012 11:20 PM

    • Pawandeep
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    RE: global change-ing property Reply
    Hi,

    Another simpler way for avoiding complexity would be to Export the Subdrawing(File>Export>Subdrawing) for all clines. You can use any text editor do a global Replace ALL for the old cline segment width with a new one(try to keep the original decimal places accuracy). Use this modified Subdrawing *.clp to import it back to the board.
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  • Thu, May 24 2012 11:45 PM

    • kovibb
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    Re: RE: global change-ing property Reply
    thank you very much for your reactions. I try to both, but i momentaly no experience of "skill" but i hear about it.
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Started by kovibb at 24 May 2012 12:03 PM. Topic has 3 replies.