I am working on an HLA to parse serial packets, and had this idea to show parts of the packet, and then an additional frame that says what the entire packet is generally. Right now it seems that returning frames in the same time, whichever one is return last will get painted on top. The idea being that in the case of fragments or bad packets, I can still at least display whatever data was successfully parsed.
Does this exist somehow already, or could it be planned?
If that is the case, I am completely in favor of that. I managed to implement this using a setting, and just adding a ternary on my returns. Adding two analyzers, each choosing one setting seems to make it work.
I was trying to do this just now. I have clock channel where I’m trying to identify wider frames (consisting of multiple components), and a data channel where I’m trying to identify the individual components. I have it mostly working, however intermittantly, when I enable the clock frames, the software automatically combines all the data frames into one bubble text. For instance, normally, I would expect this:
I have spent some time debugging it. If I simply do not add the clock frames, the data frames appear as expected. Also, everything appears as expected, and I have been doing this for a while using Logic 1.2.29, so this is behavior introduced some time before the release of Logic 2.3.31.
@jafeucht Thanks for reporting this behavior to us. In Logic 2.x, we did in fact add an auto-bubble-merging feature when you zoom out of your capture enough. This wasn’t present in Logic 1.x, which is why all the bubbles are always separated as expected.
The strange behavior you noted is below:
I have it mostly working, however intermittantly, when I enable the clock frames, the software automatically combines all the data frames into one bubble text…
…If I simply do not add the clock frames, the data frames appear as expected.
How are you enabling clock frames exactly?
What analyzer are you using?
Does the zoom level change at all when enabling clock frames? The zoom level can be found at the bottom right of the software.
By the way, can you also include your .sal in the attachment to your message to us? It looks like it wasn’t attached in your last reply. In case you need to make it smaller, you can delete portions of your capture using the instructions below.
Otherwise, I can also provide a custom upload link via email if it’s still too large once you send your support message in.