Why do you use Perform Automatic Footprint Association in this case?
Did you try to do it this way yet (I thought so)?
- select RLY1 in the middle column
- double-click on Ren_footprints:RG2ET in the right column
Middle or right column?
We (or better you) are interested in finding if the stuff that is shown in the right column is working and accessible - CvPCB essentially thinks there is no problem, otherwise it wouldn't show you those footprints.
So to test this do this:
- select Ren_footprints:RG2ET in the right column
- click on View Selected footprint button
To that error.. did you - by any chance - pre-define footprints in your symbol definitions?
Please post a screenshot of the symbol properties of RLY1 from within EEschema, similar to this screenshot (the Browse Footprints button is what @Rene_Poschl means with "Can you assign this footprint directly in the symbol?"):
And yeah, that KIPRJMOD path variable in the library manager screenshot looks suspicious.
Are those spaces in the project folder name?
.. \rmaynes\My Documents\RG2ET-L2-H10 INTERPOSER
If you can - and I highly recommend it - store anything that is KiCAD data (projects, local libraries, etc. pp.) in a data_KiCAD folder without spaces or other problematic characters in the path.
Personally I have partitioned my mechanical harddisk in the past into C:[Win], D:[Swap] and E:[Data].
My current config includes an SSD for C: and D:, which means my mechanical drive E: is a single data partition.. and that's also where the Data_KiCAD folder is.
It makes programs happier that have problems with spaces/etc. and I can easily backup the whole E: drive.