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How to connect two copper pours of same net together?
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Calum22 8 months ago
Trying to transistion a copper pour from a solid area to a hatched area, but can't get them to connect.  How can this be done (without adding a trace/via).  What I want is to have my solid pour up to it's outline, then the rest of the area hatched.  I.e like this, but without having to sew it together with vias on both pours. ![image.png](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/w8XJiym3MOZ4gmtDx9mrxB2HyprTUkzkSLmo65xg.png)
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UserSupport 8 months ago
You can draw a big copper region instead of or use Fill region to connect them
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andyfierman 8 months ago
A few thoughts. I'm not so familiar with Pro but if there is a copper area priority in whatever Pro has as the equivalent of the Copper Area Manager in Std, does playing with that help? Can the send to front/back tool be applied to copper areas? Not an ideal solution but could you do it as one overall hatched area with the smaller solid area overlaid on it?
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