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Re: SetPosition to SetPos0
I see it now.
So Pos0 is relative to module origin, Position is PCB position, and it
makes sense as the file format only
stores module position + relative positions, and at load time it rebuilds
"position". oooook :)
2012/5/10 Dick Hollenbeck <dick@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> On 05/10/2012 12:35 PM, Miguel Angel Ajo Pelayo wrote:
> > I have an issue, and yet couldn't understand the real difference.
> > a) If I set a pad (in module, in board) "position",and save it to disk
> (brd or .mod),
> > then the pad position won't get saved.
> > b) If I set a pad (in module, in board) "pos0", and save it to disk,
> the pad will get
> > saved.
> > Ok :-)
> > then if I do the same, but instead if saving, I try to visualize it in
> the board, I get
> > the opposite:
> > a) I get all pads at (0,0) for the "pos0" case, and
> > b) well positioned for "position" case.
> > What's the exact idea of those 2 positions?
> See lines starting at 215, of pcbnew/move-drag-pads.cpp
> Thanks in advance for adding my web-pages. :)
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