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Hello, I have a question about the edge of the ground plane.
I don’t know when I look at it without zooming in, but when I zoom in, the edge of the ground plane is a little odd as shown in the picture below.
I am curious if this part is applied when making a pcb… Or, is it just a error…?
(Using a translator, the words may be strange or the meaning may not be conveyed well… If you do not understand, please tell me, I will fix it.)
You don’t even tell the KiCad version. Version 5.1 and 5.99 behave differently with zone corners. The easiest way to get more information would be to attach an example project here, it would automatically include everything needed and would be totally unambiguous.
Your Front copper (F.Cu) layer is obstructing the possible cause of the problem.
What does it look like when you turn it off? Remove the check mark in the F.Cu layer in the upper right corner.
Something like this is hard to diagnose from a distance.
Can you upload the .PCB file here?
You can remove most of the other components, they are just a distraction for me. As long as the fault in the corner is still present it is ok.
Just another check:
What happens if you re-fill all zones with the b key?
(Also: Pcbnew / Edit / Fill all Zones).