I have enabled "Free angle mode" in the interactive router settings and unchecked the "Limit tracks to 45 degrees", but the router keeps insisting on angling my tracks.
In general I wouldn't mind, but I'm trying to route a QFN48 with 7,87 mill track size and the track refuses to even leave the pad when my QFN is angled at 20 degrees:
Tracks can exit the pad when there are no neighboring pads, though (see SCK_S pad 24 below):
When the IC is at 90 degrees, there's no problem drawing the track out. Even more weird, if I add another QFN/footprint outside my main circuit and draw tracks "freely", without underlying ratnests, it kinda works:
Any hints on how can I tell kicad to just "break out" a track from a pad without angling at the very beginning when the IC is angled at i.e 20 degrees? In other words, have a track drawn at 20 degrees right after the pad, in parallel with all the other pads.
I cannot go finer track size since my fab will most likely refuse to fabricate it (less than 7 mills, there are no guarantees).
KiCad rocks anyway! Using 4.0.6.