Ok, I'm back
Just posted my current working design (simple 6-channel 1-Wire interface).
PCB size is 2" x 4", with a RJ-45 jack extending over the long edge. There is a ground plane on the solder size with a width of 16, isolate of 16, that is drawn 25 from the edge. After blowing up the drawing to rediculous size, it appears that this puts the edge of the pour 17 mils from the desired edge of the pcb (that even makes sense - that's scary).
DRC comes up with 8.4416", price $22.5. When I check the "order me" page, the size is listed as 4" x 2.1104". Obviously the connector is now being included in the estimate (which is what I was expecting to occur). Of course the intended size is 8", which should be a price of $30? 8 x 2.50 = 20, add in $10 and...
So, the question is, what's the best way to indicate the true pcb size? I have no doubt that it would get figured out during the panneliztion phase, I'm just wondering what could be done to help the automated process. If I knew what was expected out of a keepout layer I bet it could be added to the cam process easily enough...
If Nate or Martyn wants to look at the file - it's 1WireB.