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Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I've updated to CCS Version: 7.1.0.00016 and I cannot find the ASCII memory rendering for the Memory Browser. Before I updated CCS I could see what the HEX values represented in ASCII. (Picture below)
How do I enable this again? I've tried selecting "Memory Rendering", "Traditional", "Floating Point" for the default rendering, but none do anything. Is there another menu I should try?
Looks like you were using the traditional eclipse rendering vs the current one we set as our default.
To go back to the traditional rendering, see the screenshot below:
Note that when you change the rendering, you have to close and reopen the view to have it take effect.
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In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
Thanks! Restarting CCS is the step I missed!
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