Really irked by a "submarine" design change!!!
Today I received two Prop Activity Board WXs. Yesterday I submitted a PCB design for fabrication that will plug into this board -- several pins around the breadboard area and the WX receptacle (the six-pin receptacle, not the DIP receptacle that the WX plugs into). Since I don't have DipTrace and can't read its layout files for pin positions, I used the dimensional diagram on the last page of the PAB WX manual in a CAD system to locate them. In that diagram, the WX receptacle's pins are on 0.1" centers. On the actual Rev C board, they're on 2mm centers. So the plug-in board I designed will not line up with that socket. Even the pin lengths would have to be different, since the 2mm receptacle has a lower profile.
Parallax, it would be helpful to customers to keep your documentation up to date. But more to the point, why change the receptacle to begin with? It's at odds with every other pin spacing on the board. This really irks me, and I'm on a strict deadline to get this system working.
Very stressed right now,