Assign attributes to an image imported into a copper layer
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andyfierman 9 months ago
**Feature Request** Brief title for your desired feature: Assign Net and Solid/Cutout/NPTH attributes to an image imported into a copper layer as if it were a Solid Region. How would you like the feature to work? If an image is imported into a copper layer, there needs to be at least a Net attribute available to allow the copper representing the image to be assigned to a net so that it could be assigned to a *different* net from any surrounding copper. Then it will have a clearance set all the way round it. Another possibly useful attribute would be to be able to assign it a status of Solid, Cutout or NPTH in the same way that can be applied to a Solid Region. Maybe what should happen is that an imported image is somehow converted to being represented in the PCB editor as a Solid Region? Why is this feature important to you? Without the `Net` attribute, an image imported into a copper layer becomes merged with any other traces or copper areas on that layer. With the ability to assign a net to the imported image-as-copper, the image can be surrounded by a clearance so that it still visible. * The Solid/Cutout/NPTH attributes further increase the flexibility of this feature for example making it possible to make PCBs into functional Artworks. :) See: https://easyeda.com/forum/topic/Image_as_copper_zone-ldJDUc6oG
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dwb24 2018-04-26 18:39:17
yes please, this feature would be very useful for me
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