No buttom cooper routing possible with 9Pin Camdenboss

Steps I took that resulted in the problem:

1.) Drop two Camdenboss to your Breadboard. One will have 8pins the other 9pins.
2.) Switch to the PCB view. Try to build a bottom cooper line from PIN0 and PIN1 on the 8 pin Camdenboss. This is working. Try to perform the same on the 9PIN Camdenboss and you will fail, you can only do a top wire here, the bottom section is greyed out:

What I expected should have happened instead:

It should be possible to build a bottom cooper connection using a 9pin Camdenboss.

My version of Fritzing and my operating system:

  • Windows 10
  • fritzing-0.9.10-l2134-40d23c29-win64.msi

Please also attach any files that help explaining this problem
Example_Sketch.fzz (2.9 KB)

Possible issue:
When I edit the 9Pin Camdenboss in the component editor it looks like there is no cooper bottom Layer:

Only the 8Pin Camdenboss has a cooper bottom layer

Workaround:
Use one 4Pin Camdenboss and one 5Pin Camdenboss. But maybe somebody can get that fixed in a future? :wink:

There is a typo in the pcb svg which apparently didn’t get found (cooper0 instead of copper0.) This makes the bottom layer not work. This part has a correction.

Camdenboss CTB0158-9-fixed.fzpz (9.7 KB)

Peter

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That´s great, thanks for sharing the fix :slight_smile: