The new Properties panel contains information and controls that pertain to the item currently selected in the workspace. If nothing is selected in the current workspace, when accessed from a PCB document, the panel presents board options; when accessed from a schematic document, document options are presented; library options are presented when accessed from a library document; and multi-board options are presented when accessed from a multi-board document.
This allows you to change general document options quickly and on-the-fly. The panel also appears when placing objects arc, text string, wire, etc.
You can use the Properties panel to configure objects before placement. The Selection Filter section allows control over what you can and cannot select in the workspace.
When placing an item using the Place command or the new Active Bar , you can click the Tab key after making your selection of the item to be placed to open the Properties panel in order to make any desired updates before placement. When you are ready to leave “placement mode”, click the “Pause” symbol that appears on the workspace to leave placement mode. The Search function at the top of the Properties panel highlighted in the following image allows you to search within the panel for desired items.
You can use the two buttons at the top-right of the Properties panel to control the contents of the panel. Click the button button on the left to include in the Properties panel all types of objects from any open documents of the same project.
Click the button button on the right to include in the Properties panel all types of objects from the current document only. The View Configuration panel allows you to edit and control the layers of the PCB and their associated colors and settings, and configure visibility, 3D settings, and masking.
The panel also improves usability of more complex behaviors, such as layer pairs. The View Configuration panel includes controls that allow you to configure the layers of a PCB document. The Search function at the top of the panel allows you to search within the panel for desired items.
You can enable or disable one layer, multiple layers, or all layers by toggling controls in each layer group as shown in the following images. Use the highlighted controls to enable or disable layer groups. Component Layers are shown as all enabled in this example.
Clicking the control highlighted will toggle the control for the entire group. All items are disabled for Component Layers in the above image. You also can enable or disable individual items in each group by toggling the control as shown in the following image. The highlighted individual items in the Component Layers group have been disabled. Use the Object Visibility region on the View Options tab to control the transparency of objects. Use the Mask and Dim Settings region on the View Options tab to configure masking, dimming, and highlighting settings.
The Additional Options regions on the View Options tab includes controls that allow you to configure various display settings including Net Color Override.
Projects panel controls. The new Search function allows you to search for specific documents in the panel. The function works as a “filter” as you enter text in the Search text box.
The new Search feature of the Projects panel first image ; showing the new Search feature in action second image. Components and Nets folders display in the Projects panel after the project is compiled. The right-click menus of the Projects panel have been streamlined to include commands that are specific to the item on which the right-click is performed as described below.
The PCB ActiveRoute panel has been enhanced and made much more powerful to make your routing more comprehensive. The Flipped on Layer property has been removed from a component’s properties.
The component Orientation for the layer is now defined in the Layer Stack Manager dialog. The use of variants now is controlled through the Projects panel the Variants toolbar has been removed. Just as before, you can access the Variant Management dialog by right-clicking on the desired project in the Projects panel then choosing the Variants command from the context menu.
Define your variants as required then click OK. A Variants folder will be added to the panel for that project.
The folder contains entries for the base design [No Variations] , as well as all variants you have defined. The current variant is displayed in bold, white text as shown in the following image. To make any listed variant the current variant, you can either double-click the desired variant in the panel, or right-click the desired variant and choose Set as current. The current variant is shown in bold, white text in the Projects panel. You now can access a few commonly-used placement and routing commands using the new Active Bar.
The Active Bar allows you to easily place objects in schematic, PCB, Draftsman, and library documents, and to perform routing in PCB documents with one easy click rather than using the main menus. The controls of the toolbar are dependent upon the editor in which you are currently working examples are shown in the following images. The toolbar is displayed at the upper center of the design workspace. The new Active Bar of a schematic document showing the Place Wire drop-down.
The Active Bar of a Draftsman document showing Line drop-down. The Active Bar of a schematic library document showing Place Line drop-down. A Quick Access bar is located in the upper-left corner of the workspace. The bar allows quick access to often used commands, such as saving the currently focused document, opening any existing document using the appropriate button, and undo and redo functions.
You also can use the button to save all documents with one click. A new Notifications button is accessible in the upper-right corner of the workspace as shown in the following image. Click the to access Altium Designer system notifications. The icon displays with a number when notifications are available. Use the Notifications button to access system notifications. Snap Options in the Properties panel. Mask and Dim Settings in the View Configuration panel.
Using Altium Documentation. The feature documented here is no longer part of the software beyond version Click to return to: Altium Designer Documentation for This release not only includes a broad range of new and improved features, there also has been a major focus on optimizing the productivity of the designer.
New Color Theme. The Explorer panel is also accessible by clicking the Panels tab at the bottom-right of the workspace then clicking Explorer.
While the Clear command has indeed been removed, its functionality has been refactored into the existing Delete command, available as before from the Edit menu.
The Delete command now functions in two modes, catering for whether or not object s are currently selected in the workspace: Object s currently selected – the selection will be removed from the document.
No object s currently selected – the cursor changes to a crosshair and you will enter object deletion mode. Simply position the cursor over an object and click or press Enter to delete it. Continue deleting further objects, or right-click, or press Esc , to exit object deletion mode. Although it is no longer possible to create the above listed file types through the File » New command, the files still can be edited if used in previous designs.
As stated in the dialog, changing these settings could cause instability in Altium Designer. Proceed with caution when making any changes. Panels also are accessible using the sub-menu commands by clicking View » Panels from the main menus. In order to access the 3D Settings region, the 3D setting in the General Settings region must be set to On as shown in the image below. Although it is no longer possible to place the above listed objects in the schematic editor, the objects will still exist if used in previous designs, however, the objects and their properties will not be editable.
When you click on a control in the toolbar, you are immediately in placement mode and the cursor changes to a cross-hair ready for placement.
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