The Newest Feature Upgrades in Altium Designer 22.7

Lawrence Romine
|  Created: August 30, 2022  |  Updated: September 14, 2022
August 26, 2022
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New This Month in
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Altium Designer 22.7 offers new schematic and layout features that help you supercharge your design experience. This newest announcement focuses on three productivity features in variants, the PCB Editor, and the Schematic Editor:
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Support For Paste Mask in Variants - Need to change paste mask expansion in a PCBA variant? Altium Designer now gives you the control to specify this in a release variant.
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Move Length Tuning Objects Between Layers - Forget about redrawing your length tuning sections, you can simply move them to a different layer with this in-demand feature.
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Auto-assign Simulation Models - Eliminate one of the irritating manual tasks in simulation preparation with this new feature. The Schematic Editor can now help you auto-assign simulation models.
Upgrade your copy of AD22 to the newest version to take advantage of these upgrades and much more. To access the upgrade, navigate to the Updates page from the Extensions and Updates window. Upgrade today to get access to the newest productivity features in Altium Designer.
 
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EDA industry thought-leader and veteran expert at Altium, Lawrence is a firm believer that unified solutions are not just nice, but essential.

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