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 definition of classes propety 

Last post Wed, Nov 15 2006 7:13 AM by archive. 1 replies.
Started by archive 15 Nov 2006 07:13 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 477 views
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  • Wed, Nov 15 2006 7:13 AM

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    Hi All

    I have been ask to modified some package simbols in particular to re-draw the land pattern to conform better to the IC producer specification. So far so good you may say, however when i open my existing package and i try to add some new shape to the PIN class on the folder option on the side of work area the PIN class specification is missing
    After having checked the manual "Allegro PCB and Package User Guide: Defining and Developing Libraries"  page 25 it is stated that if i'm working with pakages the PIN class shoul be there

    Any idea why is there

    TKS
    Balint


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by BMaschio
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  • Wed, Nov 22 2006 11:18 AM

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    I believe you are attemping to put a sahape on a pin. If so you don't do it all thru the symbol editor. You use the symbol edit to make a shape symbol then you take the name of that shape symbol and place it in the shape entry field of the layer of the padstack through the padstack editor. After creating the padstack you can then place that pin in the symbol editor.

    Hope this helps


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by CTMusetti
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