looking to change resistor pin spacing, I can bend the legs for the breadboard easily enough, but for the PCB they seem fixed which is odd, must be missing something as just about every time I’ve worked with PCBs I’ve ended up using the legs of axial mount components to bridge gaps and generally run wires round.
I can do this using a generic “wire” to do the same thing but then can’t have a schematic that makes sense attached to it.
surely its possible to take a resistor and make it bridge a larger gap? and then slide the body of the thing between the points?
or indeed bend the legs so the component isn’t aligned directly between its mountings?
failing that is there a generic way to just draw on the mask layer? (thinking using a wire to stick the required holes, then drawing the components outline?)