Displaying registers during simulation

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Brand new to AS7, and just tried using the simulator for the first time (ATMega328P).  Works quite well, but I'm wondering - is there any way to display the registers, and especially the IO registers, with their labels rather than just by number/memory location?  Better yet, to show the bit information?

 

The status register is great - separate push button for each bit, with a mouseover of what the bit is, letting you set or clear the flags as needed.  For other registers, I have to look up the location in the datasheet, find it in the memory map, figure out the hex value of a change in a single control bit, etc.  Certainly doable (and beats not having a simulator), but kind of a PITA, especially for a newbie.

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Debug -> Windows -> I/O

 

 

Greg Muth

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Sure!  Like this:

 

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Aha!  That's exactly what I was looking for.  Thanks!