Go right ahead, I dont use DXF myself, someone who uses the functions would be in a better position to see it through.
Good idea. This is a simple box outline, not sure which box vendor it originally came from.
Top file is from web, fails to show in KiCad, no errors.
_R12 version is saved-as from LibreCAD, and it loads fine into KiCad
_R2007 is saved-as from LibreCAD, and it fails to show in kiCad
The first file and the last file are saved as autocad 2007 format. They are more or less the same thing, just the web one liked adding a decimal point to everything for no clear reason, e.g. 0 becomes 0.0 and 1 becomes 1.0, bumping up the file size.
It appears that it heavily records things in “Splines” while the older format records in vertexs (small straight segments)
Edit: On furthur reading, Kicad does not support splines at all, It may be added later, but for now that is what is preventing its import.
and as a fix for using librecad,
Well, now it’s working as it should, with the “legacy” tagged.
What changed ?
I’m unclear here, are fixes applied to KiCad, or FreeCAD ?
It looks like he enabled the “legacy” option as shown in the freecad thread here.
That option relates to DXF import, and there is some discussion as to whether it affects export also.
There was also a PR merged in FreeCAD yesterday which may be relevant: Dxf export improvements
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