Tracks don't "snap" on when being copied
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Xirado 1 week ago
Hey! I'm pretty new to EasyEDA and i noticed an issue that i don't know how to fix. When i copy a track that connects 2 pads together, and paste it where the next 2 pads are, they won't get connected. If you hover over the track all the connected pads light up, this is not the case for the copied one though. I tried also copying the pads but that gives me duplicate pads. I really hope you know how i can get around this! Thank you!
andyfierman 1 week ago
It sounds like you are creating a PCB directly in the PCB Editor without first creating a Schematic from which to convert into a PCB. You can do this in EasyEDA but we do not recommend it. Please see: [https://easyeda\.com/forum/topic/How\_does\_the\_Connect\_Pad\_to\_Pad\_tool\_work\_\-JgQO0Ay7H](,different%20sides%20of%20the%20PCB) [](<br> <br> Please also study the Design Flow in the Tutorial.
pommie 1 week ago
I have a board which has nine similar areas and routed one by hand, I then copied the traces to the other areas but as the OP says, they don't connect. This would be useful. I am using a schematic. Mike.
andyfierman 6 days ago
@pommie, I this is a different situation. In your case I think you either need to be using the CRTL+SHIFT+C and CTRL+SHIFT+V copy and paste in the schematic and PCB or saving a single schematic as a Module and saving a PCB layout for a single instance of the circuit in the schematic as a PCB Module and then placing multipe modules in each editor. For more, please read about Modules in the Tutorial.
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