3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 3, 2011 5:46 AM by

    Can't find a missing airwire which I have   to route

      Subject sort of explains things. I've manually routed all the air wires

      which have to be routed but the ratsnest reports that I've missed one. I

      can't find it anywhere. I've zoomed in and gone over the diagram. I've

      removed the top and bottom layers from the visible set, but I still can't

      find the air wire that eagle thinks I have to route. Is there any way that

      I can find the airwire I'm missing?

      --

      Web access to CadSoft support forums at www.eaglecentral.ca.  Where the CadSoft EAGLE community meets.

       

        • Re: Can't find a missing airwire which I have to route

          Am 02.11.2011 18:46, schrieb Arigead:

          Is there any way that

          I can find the airwire I'm missing?

           

          Unzip the attached files, put them in your ULP folder, open your project

          and type 'run check'. The program checks schematics and board for

          often-found problems that ERC or DRC might NOT display: One test is the

          one for airwires, and you can zoom in on them. Useful for EAGLE 5.11 - I

          don't know whether older versions work properly.

           

          Note: The 'include' files are COMPLETE overkill and contain LOTS of

          things that are NOT AT ALL needed for the airwire check. But one or two

          of their functions ARE necessary, and therefore, the 'check' ULP cannot

          do without them.

           

          Andreas Weidner

           

          • Re: Can't find a missing airwire which I have to route
            Richard_H

            Am 02.11.2011 18:46, schrieb Arigead:

            Subject sort of explains things. I've manually routed all the air wires

            which have to be routed but the ratsnest reports that I've missed one. I

            can't find it anywhere. I've zoomed in and gone over the diagram. I've

            removed the top and bottom layers from the visible set, but I still can't

            find the air wire that eagle thinks I have to route. Is there any way that

            I can find the airwire I'm missing?

             

            1. Set the Catch factor in Options/Set/Misc to 0

            2. Use ROUTE and click into the drawing

             

            The airwire junps onto the mouse cursor.

             

             

            --

            Mit freundlichen Gruessen / Best regards

            Richard Hammerl

              CadSoft Support -- hotline@cadsoft.de

              FAQ: http://www.cadsoft.de/training/faq/