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This forum is for all public discussion related to the CCS GUI/Debugger, UniFlash, PinMux, GUI Composer and TI Cloud tools. General comments, feedback, and questions about the above mentioned tools are welcome.
Note that the focus on this forum is the above mentioned tools. Any questions on specific code/project example that is not a tools specific question should be asked in the relevant device forum (examples from various SDKs and wares like SimpleLink SDK, TivaWare, ControlSUITE, etc for example).
While CCS comes with the TI compiler/linker, the build tools have their own dedicated forum and any discussion regarding them should be posted there:
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When reporting a CCS issue in this forum, please follow the guidelines detailed in the link below:
If the issue is validated as a new bug by someone from TI, it will be filed and a bug number will be posted as a reply of the original post. That bug number can then be used to track the progress of it with the external bug tracking portal.
For more "best practices" when posting on the forum, see the below articles:
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=== FAQ ===
Q: Why did TI mark my post as "TI Thinks Resolved" when all that was done was a bug or enhancement request being filed?
A: This is done more for thread tracking purposes. When a bug or enhancement request is filed, the support team has effectively handed off the issue to the engineering teams to address. From a support standpoint, the issue has been closed and no more action will be done from a support standpoint. Marking the thread as "TI thinks Resolved" is a way of communicating this. Note that by no means do we think the issue is closed overall. Further progress of the issue can be tracked through the online public bug tracking portal as mentioned above.
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A: First enter the "rich" editor by selecting the "Use rich formatting" option in the lower right corner of the reply field.
The "rich" editor will have many more formatting options, including an option to insert pictures/files:
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