Yeah I know. KC seams like a bunch of separate programs that don’t talk to each other in one wrapper.
I started 2 years ago and learnt FZ because they were using it, but like a month latter they were talking about switching to KC or Eagle so I spent days watching tutorials and trying both. Eagle was out because of it’s 8cm2 limit, and KC seamed so primitive to me. I then spent 6 months of trail and error, because I didn’t know what I was doing and there was no help back then - I hope I didn’t kill this project telling people how to make parts because the FZ crew derived their income from making them -, and made a crude part that swayed them to stay with FZ.
Now I’m back to learning KC, and apart from the trace shove like Altium I don’t see how people are using it with disconnected views. I don’t know all the tricks yet because this is my 1st day, but I deleted a SCH line and in nothing happened in PCB. There must be some trick to it because I don’t want to do everything twice.
After solving problems in this forum about views not matching each other - they were doing it wrong - I now know what to look for and did my 1st .fzz last week using any and every view to make changes, and it was brilliant. You just have to remember each part has a numbered end and not just connect it willy nilly in other views. Also because I kinda know what happens in other views in my head with changes I know what has to be done in each view to keep it correct - if you aren’t sure you just check each view, and by trial and error you see patterns with changes -.