Yes, I see from the mechanical drawing the pins are 1.6mm (0.06299in) so the holes should be 0.07 (as the original jpg was!) not the 0.03 I picked up from the discussion somewhere. I’ll fix that up now.
it is already deleted, the circle is only in silkscreen, it won’t drill a hole. If the user wants the center hole they can drag the hole from core parts and place it over the circle in silkscreen to drill the hole.
That will work but I think the granularity is only 45 degrees minimum for rotate and that may not be fine enough in some cases. Two parts (one with 10 pins) isn’t a problem, although I’d advise using the 9 pin version to make part placement easier. OK third time lucky hopefully. Here is a corrected part, the stroke-width on the pads is 40thou (instead of the usual 20thou) and the hole size is 0.07in which should give a little room for pin variation.
replaced by the correct part at the end.
gerber drill.txt file
; NON-PLATED HOLES START AT T1
; THROUGH (PLATED) HOLES START AT T100
9 holes at 0.07in
gerbv drill layer output:
and drill and silktop (the mounting hole is only on the silklayer)
and copper bottom, copper top, drill and top silk which is what the pcb will look like (less the solder masks)
Hopefully I got my head around all of it this time , I should adjust the breadboard and pcb svgs to match pcb, but it will work fine as is, the connectors are all there and thats all Fritzing cares about,