Alternate Watch Views
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The Watches Window has alternate watch list views which work similarly to having tabbed watches. With alternate views, you can collect specific watches in groups and when you click on a watch view diamond, only the variables associated with that view will be displayed. Select that diamond again and it will default to the standard view. This feature works like a filter.

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You enable this feature by going to Tools>Options>Embedded>Generic Settings. The default is to have one watch window.

Application

1

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  • Click on one of the numbered diamonds to select it.
  • Double click on the <Enter new watch> message.

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  • Type in the name of the watch you are interested in and press Enter. Alternatively, you can right-click inside the Watches Window, select New Watch, scroll down to select the desired watch and click OK.
  • If you want to add more than one watch, enter the second one in the second row and so on.

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Once you have added the watch to this view you can return to the initial watches window by clicking the numbered diamond again.

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