[PCB_FORUM] Re: auto glossing?

Auto filleting works only with XL licence, not performance.

 

Jean-Charles

 

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De : icu-pcb-forum-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
[mailto:icu-pcb-forum-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Gary MacIndoe
Envoyé : mardi 1 septembre 2009 19:43
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Objet : [PCB_FORUM] Re: auto glossing?

 

Thanks for the response Jerry.

I have the "Pad And T Connection Fillet" window for gloss parameters set up 
exactly as you do (same boxes checked or unchecked and same values in fields), 
but my "Dynamic fillets" near the bottom is grayed out. Hmmm...

 

Regards,
Gary MacIndoe
gemcad@xxxxx
303-682-5230

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        From: Schwartz, Jerome <mailto:jschwa01@xxxxxxxxxx>  

        To: icu-pcb-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 

        Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 11:27 AM

        Subject: [PCB_FORUM] Re: auto glossing?

         

        Gary,

         

        It appears that you have dynamic fillets turned on.

         

        Go to route/gloss parameters and select the pad and T fillet connection 
option.

        Then deselect dynamic fillets.

         

         

         

         

        Jerry 

         

         

        
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        From: icu-pcb-forum-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
[mailto:icu-pcb-forum-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Gary MacIndoe
        Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 1:17 PM
        To: icu-pcb-forum
        Subject: [PCB_FORUM] auto glossing?

        Hey guys,

         

        I'm running 16.2 "Allegro PCB Performance option L" on Windows XP Pro.

         

        I haven't been using 16.2 for long, but all of a sudden I'm seeing what 
looks like some kind of auto glossing:

         

         

         

         

        I have never run gloss (I leave it up to the fab house to add it if 
necessary), nor have I seen this behavior in 15.7.

        I've poked around in User Preferences and can't find where to turn it 
off.

        Anyone know how to stop this glossing from happening?

         

        TIA

         

        Regards,
        Gary MacIndoe
        gemcad@xxxxx
        303-682-5230

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