Also cannot change the Generic shrouded header from double row to single. Only this one is a little different. The select refuses to change where as the Generic female header the select does change but the part ignores it.
I believe that setting the resistor pin spacing only changes the pcb view footprint. Schematic and breadboard are not affected. The resistor has bendable leads, so it can be connected however you want on breadboard view. Though it might not be pretty.
The resistor not being able to stand up makes it hard to fit in the tight space I have. My situation is I’m using a perf board to lay everything out then will solder it up straight from the breadboard layout since the perf board does not translate to the PCB layout. If everything works as planned I’ll try doing a PCB layout and get one made. I’m a noob at this but having fun!
and I later made a modification of this part that has the color bands included (although I don’t have the reference handy, it is posted in the forums somewhere )
The dual row connectors are a similar issue. It was thought that dual row connectors should manifest as single row in breadboard and there are bugs in the code that make that work poorly (I asked one of the developers about this 4 or 5 years ago when there were still some developers around) That is on my list of things that we should fix but hasn’t been done yet. The code generates the generic headers on the fly, and the code is very complex. Again, pcb view works correctly just not breadboard.