I didn’t give this answer the first time because it is more complicated but since you want round pads here it is.
- Decide final pad diameter (yours are 0.582mm).
- Draw a circle (any size).
- Turn on stroke and set the width to half the pad diameter (yours need 0.291mm).
- Turn off fill.
- Change the objects size to be the desired pad diameter (yours are 0.582mm).
- Add xml attribute drill and set to no.
This is how it looks in Fritzing.
This one just shows a comparison of the old and new pads with all the mask layers shown.
This is only the copper, drill and silkscreen layers and you can see it does not drill the copper pads.
Here is your part all fixed up. Import it into Fritzing and then do a restart of all open Fritzing windows. Now click on your current part and go into the inspector and you should see a variant called round pads that when selected should change the one in your sketch without any other work.
TC2030_Round.fzpz (8.2 KB)
Note: The reason you have to set the stroke width to half the diameter is because when you use drill=no attribute it seems to make rings not solid pads based on the radius being set and in previous attempts to use this feature I found this was the solution.