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Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2012 18:25:13 +0100
From: Markus Hitter <mah AT jump-ing DOT de>
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Subject: Re: [geda-user] Find rat lines - summary
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Am 18.12.2012 21:06, schrieb Peter Clifton:
>> It was a fantastic tool... I could use 'F' without the rats nest
>> >showing to highlight only connected copper, or I could use 'O' -> 'F'
>> >to highlight all the copper that needed to be connected...
>
> I realised that trick recently, and had I done so before would perhaps
> have not bothered with the change.
>
> HOWEVER.. the ability to erase / restore the rats nest might go away at
> some point in the future if we ever sort out continuous real-time
> rats-optimisation, so I'm hesitant to suggest people start relying on
> it.

Unless I'm missing something, 'F' could be limited to search an visible 
rat lines layer only, so one can continue with this trick by 
hiding/unhiding this layer. To get more of the current behaviour, this 
layer could be hidden automatically by the search for shorts procedure.

I've tested with the last release, 'F' apparently takes hidden rat lines 
into accout just as much as visible ones.


Markus

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