2018-04-24 (Tu) ModuKey

A lot of changes were made to a lot of modules. All the changes made to the 4x4 and controller board were carried over to the smaller boards. All the changes to all the boards was a time-consuming process.

On boards with blank holes, such as the controller and prototyping boards, the holes were blocked off so the auto-router wouldn't lay traces between the holes. The technique was to expand a rectangular terminal to the size of the prototyping area, then delete it after the routing.

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