Comment 3 for bug 602176

Thanks Jean-Pierre for explaining, it makes sense.

However shouldn't the anti-pads get over-ridden or combined on adjacent pads on the same net? So that the zone nets can complete on the pads.

Stephen

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From: <email address hidden> [mailto:<email address hidden>] On Behalf Of jean-pierre charras
Sent: Tuesday, 6 July 2010 6:29 PM
To: <email address hidden>
Subject: [Bug 602176] Re: Zone fill fails on component with adjoining pins attached to zone

There is no really a bug.
Just there is no room to create thermal reliefs for pads 25 and 26.
With your antipad values and the pad sizes, pad 25 creates a 200 mils antipad area that prevents Pcbnew to create a good thermal relief for pad 26, and pad 26 creates a 200 mils antipad area that prevents Pcbnew to create a ggod thermal relief for pad 25.

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Zone fill fails on component with adjoining pins attached to zone
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Status in KiCad: Triaged

Bug description:
Version: nightly build kicad-20100629-r2407-windows.tar.gz
Platform: Windows7

Problem:
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Zone on top Copper Layer fails to attach/connect two adjoining pins (25 & 26) that are connected to net GND on component U2. Other pins on the component on the same net attach to the zone ok.

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