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I have a design that I re-used a previous design. I loaded the new logic and started placing the components that were not already on the board, HOWEVER, even though the symol is exactly as the old one (jmpr2; a 2 pin jumper), all the "new ones" are misiing the nc drill symbol for the pins.
Any ideas why? How to fix?
Version 16.0 using Allegro XL
In reply to Mstrghettorigg:
The drill chart shows the drill symbols just fine. The "problem" I'm having is that when you turn on the drill symbols and look at the pads of the symbols, some of them do not have the drill symbol even though the footprint is exactly the same as the rest.
This is the first time I have seen this.
I started with a previous design, loaded new logic and placed the components that were unplaced because of the logic changes. That's when I noticed that the newly placed parts were missing the drill symbol. Curious, I don't know why or how this could be: same padstacks, same symbol (footprint).
I tried a refresh symbol, and they ALL lost their drill symbol. So.......still need help. Is this a known "bug"??
In reply to pitbull107:
In reply to eDave:
It's MAGIC ! Worked as soon as I recreated the drill chart. Never knew that the association of the drill chart was part of the drill symbol "showing up". Thanks, eDave!