I'd like to add six rectangular-shaped 2.2 µF MKP capacitors used as coupling caps for an audio circuit to my PCB in Kicad, but I'm not quite sure about the right footprint.
What makes the choice even harder, is the fact that these caps are very big, yet are equipped with fairly long terminals, so that I could make them stand in the air somehow.
UPDATE: I've now made Pcbnew generate a PCB layout, but now all these caps occupy the complete PCB surface underneath them, so that the somehow remain on the ground floor. Also, the regulator in the top left corner appears to lie on the board instead of standing on it. This may make the board grow too large. See the screenshot attached:
UPDATE #2: There is in fact a vertical footprint for the regulator, and when it comes to the big coupling caps, distributing them over the board in a smart way is the clue. I did some manual replacement work and then used Freeroute to draw the conductors: