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Thread: Don't want diagonal routing from Eagle!!!
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> > > > Also, is there a way to prevent tracks from top and bottom
overlapping -
> > > > this is when the red and the blue on the screen merge and form
pink??
> > >
> > > Not that I can think of.  You can specify keepout areas for the
> > autorouter,
> > > but not automatically make a trace on one layer a keepout on another.
Why
> > > do you want this?  This sounds like you are getting stuck in an
> > > implementation rathole, and need to step back and think about how to
solve
> > > the true problem.
> >
> > No, it's because I am working with a stripboard. In a stripboard the
blue
> > layer
> > must be implemented on both sides (because the strips are one way.) This
> > leaves us with a situation that if the red layer overlaps the blue layer
and
> > if the
> > blue layer needs to be implemented on top(the other direction to the
strips)
> > we get an impossibility.
>
>  Hmm, I don't understand  this. Blue = one layer. Red = other layer
> Usually red = top and blue = bottom for two layers Eagle style.
> So, why you can't design a dual layer stripboard ?
> Light me please.

Stripboards are not double sided

>
> greetings,
> Vasile
>
> BTW, if you want a real CAD, incomparable with Eagle, then try Pads.

Is Eagle not "real" ? why ?
If you want me to checkout Pads - send me a link.
tia.
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