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As the title suggests, is this possible now?

Attached pic: R7 is a 0 ohm resistor joining two nets
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No, it's not possible.

Well, you could design a special "net connector" component that didn't LOOK like a resistor, and had a DRC-violating package that actually did the joining.  I made a set like this, for example:


I don't use Eagle but I've never seen a CAD package that will allow this, you have to rename one or both of the nets. In this case maybe to PC7-RESET if for some reason you really need to keep both names to make something clear.

Or pull a flanker like westfw suggests.

Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com


the net connector part seems like a novel solution.  okay, thanks for your replies.
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