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MPLab default chip

Started by Mike Diack July 29, 2004
Any way of changing the default (18Fsomethingorother) device in MPLab?
Cheers
M
Sure, you select from the pulldown menu of supported PIC chips.  The next
time you return to MPLAB your last selection is the default chip.


"Mike Diack" <moby@kcbbs.gen.middleearth> wrote in message
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> Any way of changing the default (18Fsomethingorother) device in MPLab? > Cheers > M
"Marlowe" <MarlowedcNYET@earthlink.net> wrote in news:qXDOc.3824$9Y6.3162
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> Sure, you select from the pulldown menu of supported PIC chips. The next > time you return to MPLAB your last selection is the default chip. > > > "Mike Diack" <moby@kcbbs.gen.middleearth> wrote in message > news:Xns95364FF3CC7D8mobykcbbsgennz@203.96.92.12... >> Any way of changing the default (18Fsomethingorother) device in MPLab? >> Cheers >> M
Not for me - no matter how many times I set it for (frinstance) 12F675 during a session, next time I open it,it reverts to 18F452. M
>Not for me - no matter how many times I set it for (frinstance) 12F675 >during a session, next time I open it,it reverts to 18F452. >
Did you actually set up and save a project / workspace using this chip? If so, just look in "recent workspaces" and open the one you saved. I don't think that MPLAB really supports a default processor as such, but it remembers what you saved against a given workspace.