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Re: gEDA-user: Hiding individual layers of a layer-group

On Wed, 11 May 2011 13:12:55 +0100
Peter Clifton <pcjc2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On Wed, 2011-05-11 at 21:41 +1000, Geoff Swan wrote:
> > Hi folks, I've just started using separate layers so for my
> > polygons so that I can hide them when necessary. This works fine
> > until I group them with the appropriate layer. Ie - top and ground
> > in a layer grouping - with ground being the layer I am putting
> > polygons on. When I go to hide the ground layer - the top layer is
> > also hidden. If I put them in separate groups this doesn't happen -
> > however it seems that if I put them in separate groups the DRC
> > breaks... is there any way around this??
> To achieve the visual clarity I guess you're looking for, switch to
> the pcb+gl branch and turn on "thin draw polygons".
> Alternatively, "thin draw polygons" in git HEAD might still help you.
> The keyboard short-cut is Ctrl + Shift + P

Did I miss something or is Thin Draw Polygons (Ctrl+Shift+P) a feature
that has been around at least for a couple of pcb releases?  Does it
differ from pcb+gl to mainline git HEAD?  I have used both and it seems
the same.


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