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Mirror Fails! Unable to position components on other side of the board...

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bryan.moosman
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Mirror Fails! Unable to position components on other side of the board...

So I'm working on a design, and getting a lot of issues with the mirror button.  I keep getting an error saying "Property Change Failed" when I try to mirror some components.

 

It's not consistent though - if I close the application and re-open it, eventually I get to a point where I'm able to mirror the component.  But it seriously takes like 15 minutes to get the mirror to the other side.

 

Anyone else having this issue or know of any workarounds?

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panpan_fan
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Hi @bryan.moosman 

I hope you are doing well!

For this issue, the Mirror fail because it will cause the violators in 2d PCB.

You can change the Push Violators mode to Ignore Violators from the nevigation bar.

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And it is also the new feature Push and shove in Fusion 360. For more information of this new feature, you can see the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4wkUCD9HSs&list=PLmA_xUT-8UlI0k9YsKK23onh_0VV2_DP5&index=29

 

Regards,

Panpan Fan

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Thanks!

 

I'll give it a shot.  Love the new push and shove feature in general.  Someone might want to take a look into the violators - I was trying to mirror components with nothing else around and even off the board without any success.

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panpan_fan
in reply to: bryan.moosman

Hi @bryan.moosman 

Thanks for your comment! P

lease have a try to see if it can solve your problem.

If not, please leave your comment and let us know. Then it may be for other reasons.

 

Regards,

Panpan Fan

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