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In IDE 2.0.0.25 there is a new interface to watches which I like

 

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Question 1: What does the button on the bottom row do?

 

Question 2: Can my background colour choice appear in the area with no rows?

 

Observation 1: If I check the On Demand box on the bottom row it adds a strange "non-row" ignoring my colour choices. If I try inserting rows near these rows, rows disappear.

 

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Observation 2: Sometimes clicking the S button leaves a blank entry in the response cell.

 

Observation 3: The S button has a S hint on it which looks odd.

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In IDE 2.0.0.25 there is a new interface to watches which I like

 

 

 

Question 1: What does the button on the bottom row do?

 

Question 2: Can my background colour choice appear in the area with no rows?

 

Observation 1: If I check the On Demand box on the bottom row it adds a strange "non-row" ignoring my colour choices. If I try inserting rows near these rows, rows disappear.

 

 

 

Observation 2: Sometimes clicking the S button leaves a blank entry in the response cell.

 

Observation 3: The S button has a S hint on it which looks odd.

The new functionality is explained in the IDE manual accessible form the IDE by selecting Help/IDE manual option. Page 157.

When you click this button it will send the valid command to the PowerPMAC. It will display S for ‘send’ when the checkbox is clicked. Every time the button is pressed the command will be send.

Question 1: What does the button on the bottom row do?

The bottom row is added for the user to use it. You can add the command and watch window will receive the response or you can check the checkbox and now the same row will turn into a command row.

Question 2. Can my background colour choice appear in the area with no rows? Yes

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In IDE 2.0.0.25 there is a new interface to watches which I like

 

 

 

Question 1: What does the button on the bottom row do?

 

Question 2: Can my background colour choice appear in the area with no rows?

 

Observation 1: If I check the On Demand box on the bottom row it adds a strange "non-row" ignoring my colour choices. If I try inserting rows near these rows, rows disappear.

 

 

 

Observation 2: Sometimes clicking the S button leaves a blank entry in the response cell.

 

Observation 3: The S button has a S hint on it which looks odd.

The new functionality is explained in the IDE manual accessible form the IDE by selecting Help/IDE manual option. Page 157.

When you click this button it will send the valid command to the PowerPMAC. It will display S for ‘send’ when the checkbox is clicked. Every time the button is pressed the command will be send.

Question 1: What does the button on the bottom row do?

The bottom row is added for the user to use it. You can add the command and watch window will receive the response or you can check the checkbox and now the same row will turn into a command row.

Question 2. Can my background colour choice appear in the area with no rows? Yes

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The new functionality is explained in the IDE manual accessible form the IDE by selecting Help/IDE manual option. Page 157.

When you click this button it will send the valid command to the PowerPMAC. It will display S for ‘send’ when the checkbox is clicked. Every time the button is pressed the command will be send.

I read the manual before posting and understand (and like) the new features.

 

Question 1: What does the button on the bottom row do?

The bottom row is added for the user to use it. You can add the command and watch window will receive the response or you can check the checkbox and now the same row will turn into a command row.

I understand what the ROW is for. My question was about the BUTTON on the bottom row (with no caption, see original image attachment).

 

Question 2. Can my background colour choice appear in the area with no rows? Yes

Could you please reveal the secret to achieving this? The image attachment clearly shows a white background in the non-row area.

 

I'll file the observations in Bugzilla

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Thanks for the reply

 

The new functionality is explained in the IDE manual accessible form the IDE by selecting Help/IDE manual option. Page 157.

When you click this button it will send the valid command to the PowerPMAC. It will display S for ‘send’ when the checkbox is clicked. Every time the button is pressed the command will be send.

I read the manual before posting and understand (and like) the new features.

 

Question 1: What does the button on the bottom row do?

The bottom row is added for the user to use it. You can add the command and watch window will receive the response or you can check the checkbox and now the same row will turn into a command row.

I understand what the ROW is for. My question was about the BUTTON on the bottom row (with no caption, see original image attachment).

 

Question 2. Can my background colour choice appear in the area with no rows? Yes

Could you please reveal the secret to achieving this? The image attachment clearly shows a white background in the non-row area.

 

I'll file the observations in Bugzilla

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Thanks for the reply

 

The new functionality is explained in the IDE manual accessible form the IDE by selecting Help/IDE manual option. Page 157.

When you click this button it will send the valid command to the PowerPMAC. It will display S for ‘send’ when the checkbox is clicked. Every time the button is pressed the command will be send.

I read the manual before posting and understand (and like) the new features.

 

Question 1: What does the button on the bottom row do?

The bottom row is added for the user to use it. You can add the command and watch window will receive the response or you can check the checkbox and now the same row will turn into a command row.

I understand what the ROW is for. My question was about the BUTTON on the bottom row (with no caption, see original image attachment).

When you don't see the S on the button then that row is like regular watch window row.

Question 2. Can my background colour choice appear in the area with no rows? Yes

Could you please reveal the secret to achieving this? The image attachment clearly shows a white background in the non-row area.

 

I'll file the observations in Bugzilla

I was able to duplicate the problem and it is fixed.

 

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Thanks for the reply

 

The new functionality is explained in the IDE manual accessible form the IDE by selecting Help/IDE manual option. Page 157.

When you click this button it will send the valid command to the PowerPMAC. It will display S for ‘send’ when the checkbox is clicked. Every time the button is pressed the command will be send.

I read the manual before posting and understand (and like) the new features.

 

Question 1: What does the button on the bottom row do?

The bottom row is added for the user to use it. You can add the command and watch window will receive the response or you can check the checkbox and now the same row will turn into a command row.

I understand what the ROW is for. My question was about the BUTTON on the bottom row (with no caption, see original image attachment).

When you don't see the S on the button then that row is like regular watch window row.

Question 2. Can my background colour choice appear in the area with no rows? Yes

Could you please reveal the secret to achieving this? The image attachment clearly shows a white background in the non-row area.

 

I'll file the observations in Bugzilla

I was able to duplicate the problem and it is fixed.

 

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