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Permanently delete unrouted connections

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  • Brad Levy

    The reason the unrouted connection is not going away permanently is that the pads it is connecting are assigned to the same net. (Which can be because you drew a connection or trace between them at one point, even if you later deleted the trace or apparent connection, or if you assigned both pads to the same net name.)

    To make the connection go away and stay away, you need to change which net one of the two endpoints of the connection is assigned to, without changing the net of the other endpoint. One way to do that is to right-click on one end of the unrouted connection and select Disconnect From Net. That is the simplest way if the pad on that end doesn't have any other connections to it already. But if it does have other connections you wish to keep, the you need to split the net into two separate nets, by renaming the subnet on one end of the unrouted connection.To do that, right click on a pad of the subnet, and select Net > Change Net, checking the Change Name of Subnet Only box in the Change Net dialog that pops up, and selecting or typing the new net name. If you select one of the existing nets from the Net Name list box, you will then end up with an unrouted connection between the subnet and the other items on the newly selected net. If you instead type a new net name not already in the list, the subnet will take on that net name, and have no connection to other pads/nets.

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