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Moby Posted - 07 May 2022 : 16:10:24
Hi. If I have a copper pour connected to ground, is it possible to make it ignore certain ground connected pins?

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edrees Posted - 07 May 2022 : 18:52:17
If you multiple select (left click) all the Ground pins you do not want to be connected to the Ground plane, then,-
right click => Properties
Middle of new box shows "Plane Conneection",-
Select "Isolate from Plane"
Then (re-)flood your Ground plane and connect these pins manually to wherever they have to go to ensure net connectivity.