Thanks for taking the time to look over this
I’ll have to fix the layerid and grid, definitely.
The idea with keeping the pcb was that if you breadboarded a design with the iobit and then wanted to etch a pcb you could just put the microbit into the designed slot and connect a 5v supply and be ready
The aliased pin numbers are also part of that, because those pins exist on the breakout board but would not exist if you just wanted to connect a microbit to your board.
So maybe you’re right and the correct option is to just remove the pcb and get rid of the duplication that way.
There would still be some duplication in the schematic view, but I kind of find it weird to have 20 gnd pins in a schematic? Is there a way to make that cleaner and still correct, or should i just suck it up and create all those pins? (it wouldn’t be that bad, because honestly the breadboard view is the most important aspect of the part. if you didn’t care about the breakout board you’d just use the micro:bit part as is^^)
I would be very interested in your workflow. I’m using Inkscape and a text editor right now, and I didn’t even know FritzingCheckPart existed ^^’
Thanks again for checking this out