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  • Category QCAD (main)
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  • Reported Version 3.17.1
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Opened by shoorick - 31.05.2017
Last edited by Andrew - 31.05.2017

FS#1589 - Placing parts from library error: wrong parts of item

I made a set of places for dip chips. I did not met any problem until I add “bottom” and “top” designation :)

Now if I add to the drawing narrow place first, then wide one, wide place has “top” as narrow, and vice versa: if the wide place is first, then narrow will have wide “cap”. Same is with library items, based on these places... Maybe it is because block of the “top” have same number and are treaten as same?

In the attach you may see library items and two resulting files.

I’m using this version: qcad-3.17.1-trial-linux-x86_32.tar.gz


Closed by  Andrew
31.05.2017 17:22
Reason for closing:  Not a bug
Andrew commented on 31.05.2017 17:22

Your library items all contain a block called "блок 1". The definition of that block differs between the items.
When you insert the first item, the block "блок 1" is inserted into your drawing.
When you insert the second item, the block "блок 1" is already present and not overwritten (unless option "Overwrite blocks" is checked).

Bottom line: there should not be any conflicting block definitions in your library. Either use different block names or explode that block and for example just use a polyline instead.

shoorick commented on 31.05.2017 19:20



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