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2019/06/20 03:46:07 (permalink)
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Stopwatch tool does not take into account frequency settings of Simulator

Regardless of the changes in frequency of the simulator, I always see the same output in Stopwatch window when debugging my project.
 
I use MPLAB X IDE v5.10. Is there something wrong with Stopwatch or am I missing something?
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Re: Stopwatch tool does not take into account frequency settings of Simulator 2019/06/20 06:35:15 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby yildizabdullah 2019/06/20 06:50:49
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Try closing and re-opening mplabx.  Seems to be a new feature for 5.10, same with ICD3/PICkit3 target power on/off switching (and at a guess, multiple other project settings).  Used to work for older versions.
 
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Re: Stopwatch tool does not take into account frequency settings of Simulator 2019/06/20 10:46:06 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby yildizabdullah 2019/06/20 11:29:09
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I can confirm that restarting MPLAB X applies the new simulator settings in the stopwatch window.  It looks like stopwatch reads the scale once at startup and then never again.
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Re: Stopwatch tool does not take into account frequency settings of Simulator 2019/06/20 12:51:31 (permalink)
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I can confirm that restarting MPLAB X applies the new simulator settings in the stopwatch window.  It looks like stopwatch reads the scale once at startup and then never again.

Can we expect this to change any time soon?  Or is it going to be a "feature" of MPLAB X?
 
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