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    Replied to the thread Ozone FreeRTOS Awareness Issues.

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    Replied to the thread Debugging in SES much slower than OZone.

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    Nino, I hit upon the slowness in SES again. It is in a project that we have not been concentrating on much, as it was fairly stable. We are working with a nRF5252840 and the project in question is our modified bootloader/DFU. (SES 4.22 and up to date…
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    Replied to the thread Stealthy linker errors.

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    Nino, Glad to hear the let you out of the office :D I very much appreciate your work on this board. Thanks to your management team for allowing you to have the time to participate this broadly with your user community. cheers, thomas
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    Replied to the thread Debugging in SES much slower than OZone.

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    Nino, in the middle of a few things, but I just checked and the delta seems to have tightened up a bit. My PC has been rebooted since I first posted. I will collect more data when I can, and give a better test case that you should be able to…
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    Posted the thread OZone sometimes fails to exit.

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    Hello, again, this is not a large issue. Using OZone 2.70, on Windows 10, attached to a JLink -Ultra +, when the target is disconnected (power loss) during an active debug session I can not exit OZone. Even when answering in the affirmative if I want to…
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    Replied to the thread Stealthy linker errors.

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    awneil, I fully understand that. I was referring to errors that do have specified line numbers. The context of my previous comment was centered around cursor/window focus in general, and not in terms of exact linker errors.
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    Replied to the thread Stealthy linker errors.

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    Nino, We missed you, hopefully your time away from the forum was good. As always, thank you for your response. I also like the task view, but it is not clickable on the error. In general, it would be cool if there was a bit more precision with cursor…