Hi,thanks again for good advice.Yes,I have basic an "unliking" for generation "in steps", and the maintainable way to handle that is to make "no shortcuts", i.e. however cumbersome, and seemingly unecessary, it should always be best to include everything on the top. However in this case, there is additions made "from the side",like the positions of the footprints, and the geometries for the routes. So things "do appeare" on the way so to speak.Guess Ill make it easy for me, and try both approaches .
also have another issue now, possibly for a new thread: As it happens, the default configrations in Kicad, made me design all routes on the F.Cu layer, guessingly the FRONT, which I just discovered running GerbV, and the B.Cu was as empty as space itself. Is there an easy way to transfer the copper from F to B ?