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New signal display component for Logic Sniffer client

Posted on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 in logic analyzer by Ian

Jawi released a preview of the new display component for the Logic Sniffer client:

I’ve been working on an improved component for the display of captured signal data from the Logic Sniffer for some time now, and wanted to share the current results with you guys. Reasons for rewriting the component can be found on this Wiki page.

FEATURES

  • Cursors can be snapped to signal edges/transitions while dragging them (hold SHIFT key while dragging)
  • Signal transitions follow timeline ticks
  • Improved timeline component
  • Inline measurement of signal pulses, periods
  • Channel reordering with drag and drop

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