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    Highlight as flattened using Calibre XOR

    Hello. How to highlight all differences in the layout as "flattened" and not as "hierarchical"?
    I'm using Calibre XOR + rve.

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    Re: Highlight as flattened using Calibre XOR

    You could try flattening all results to the top cell; probably not a good idea if you are working on a large design, though. May want to take a look at flat count to see how many results you will have.



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    Re: Highlight as flattened using Calibre XOR

    Quote Originally Posted by slizak View Post
    You could try flattening all results to the top cell;
    This I do not know how to do. In ordinary DRC, there is an option to flatten, but there is no (or i'm missing something) oprion for XOR.
    Kindly specify how. Thank you.



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    Re: Highlight as flattened using Calibre XOR

    The flattening happens in RVE. I seem to recall there being a checkbox for "show results in top cell" or something like that.



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    Re: Highlight as flattened using Calibre XOR

    This is trivial to do in klayout (free, open source layout editor/viewer).

    http://klayout.de



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