What makes me wonder is that when I open the Classes dialog in PCB editor all system standard classes like <All Components> are doubled.
In the CircuitStudio documentation this seems not to be like this like in Altium CircuitStudio v1.4 Release
If I try to edit those in PCB panel in PCB editor I get message like "All Components is a system class and cannot be edited." Same result with both of the class instances in the list.
Same problem here.
My work around is to edit the library. Remove the footprint from the component and re-add it. Then the "footprint not found" disappears. Seems like the lib is kind of broken. Re-adding the footprints may heal the Library.
I'll have to try this sometime, but now I have converted the integrated library back to schematic and PCB libraries and use those.
I hope Altium will make correction to the integrated libraries tools. IntLibs are in my mind the right way to manage the libraries in long run.
I have exactly same problem. I tried removing and adding the footprint again, but it didn't work.
It seems is a tool bug. I hope they fix it in new version.
BTW, how often do they release new versions?
Looking the old posts it seems Altium has made 2 new versions during last year. Version 1.3 was out last November and 1.2 last June.
If they hold the pace we can expect a new version late this year.
I have no information if Altium makes any correction patches in between the releases.
Try right clicking anywhere and then left click on refresh . Your footprint should appear in your library.
I am using Altium 18.
I have started to move my PCB design from CircuitMaker to CircuitStudio. Moving the old designs were easy enough, but now I have hit hard to problems in making my own integrated library.
I have copied component symbols and PCB footprints into schematic and PCB libraries (and made some new as well) and compiled those into an integrated library. For some time this went well and I used the new library to convert the old components with community references to those in my own library to "recreate" a small PCB.
Then I needed to modify some resistors to different SMD packages so I replaced those with new components. And now when trying to move the new components to the PCB I get errors "Footprint not found". The Library panel shows the footprint when selecting the component. Some components in the PCB with the same footprint show in their properties the right model when opening the IntLib content display (the 3 dots after the footprint name in the properties dialog). When I open the IntLib and extract the source libraries, the PCB library does contain the footprints as expected.
The odd thing is that when opening the component properties in the schematics editor I sometimes get option to "show" the footprint. But in sometimes I get the option "edit" just like when selecting the footprint when the schematic library was created. And most times the "show" just says the footprint is not found in the project libraries or installed libraries. And all these happen when using components from the single IntLib.
I'd very much appreciate any help or suggestions what to do or try to solve this problem.
BR Olli Hyvärinen