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Re: Diff Pairs & Length tuning in the product branch


On 3 March 2015 at 13:44, Tomasz Wlostowski <tomasz.wlostowski@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear all,
> We've just merged the new features of the Interactive Router to the
> product branch:
> - Routing differential pairs (in push&shove mode too).
> - Tuning trace length.
> - Tuning differential pair length and skew.
> There's a video tutorial and a demo available on YouTube [1].
> The merge also includes some improvements to the selection/edit tools
> that we've developed alongside the new router features:
> - Snapping to the origin axes when moving (allowing to move an item
> exactly vertically/horizontally wrt its former position)
> - Editing footprint pad properties directly on PCB.
> - Moving pads of a footprint directly on PCB.
> - Opening the footprint editor for selected footprint on a PCB in GAL mode.
> - Dragging footprints by origin, pad 1 or pad nearest the cursor.
> - Guessing the best selection candidate instead of displaying the
> disambiguation menu every time.
> We did our best to make sure the branch compiles and runs correctly, and
> we'll greatly appreciate your feedback - be that bugs, feature requests
> or suggestions for improvements. Please keep in mind this is the first
> public release of the Diff Pairs, so some fine tuning may be needed in
> the future.
> Many thanks to all developers, funders & users for your help and support!
> Cheers,
> Tom & Orson
> [1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chejn7dqpfQ

Lovely work! Thank-you so much for this contribution, it's really
excellent. I just had a chance to watch the video, thanks very much
for that Tomasz, it's really good at showing off the new features!

Best Regards,