In this mode, you can create a new cell with a cross-section view of the current cell. The 3d layer setup is used to create the profile. The cut line for the cross-section had to be entered by a mouse.
The complete cell will be cropped with selected shapes. Selected cell references will be ignored. All selected elements will be deleted after calling this feature. If required cell references will be flatted.
The complete cell will be punched with selected shapes. Selected cell references will be ignored. All selected elements will be deleted after calling this feature.
Inside selected shapes references of an entered cell are placed. The placement is done as an array and only placed if the bounding box of the referred cell fits completely inside the selected shape. (introduced with release 20190409)
The chosen layer will be filled with shapes until the required layer density is reached. Minimum width and minimum space of the added shapes can be defined. Also the distance to existing features can be set.
This feature finds a pattern identical to the marked pattern in the current cell. Cell hierarchy and partial shapes do not influence the search. So the pattern is found even if its shapes are split to different references. The requirement for this search is at least 2 shapes completely inside the pattern.
The TextEditor is opened with a statistic on the current design.
Design Statistic on "test-gds" filename: /home/designs/layouts/test-gds.gds cells: 74 top cells: 1 (test) cellref arrays: 7 cellrefs: 74 path: 16 box: 0 polygon: 48 text: 0 vertex: 239 layer statistic: used layers: 6 MET4 (31): 5 shapes VIA4 (32): 6 shapes MET5 (33): 2 shapes HRES (34): 7 shapes CTM (35): 39 shapes VIA5 (36): 5 shapes