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hi, i have attached a picture of my wiring from a certain project. im quite bothered what are those appearing on the edges of the wire. can anyone explain to me what are those, and how can i remove them?
In reply to Sunil Kumar R:
It comes only when you try to connect a trace created by fanout option. I has already connected not as Sunil told. To remove this reroute the trace segment did by fanout.
In reply to purikku22:
This is not an error. Actually i also don't know why it will comes. :-o
Sunil Kumar is right. It's good to clear it. I don't think it will give problem while fabriation.
These "diamonds" are called CPOINTS. They are created when a CLINE is connected to another CLINE that has the FIXED property; i.e. from a fanout command. From what I can tell they are there to indicate the end of the CLINE (since normally when you connect one CLINE to another CLINE they merge into a single CLINE). Also, I haven't seen any issues with connectivity. To get rid of them I've removed the FIXED property and then slide or move (ix 0 0) the CLINE so the two CLINEs merge into a single CLINE.
In reply to Randy R:
Good info Randy. Thanks.