View Menu Differences - MPLAB® X IDE and MPLAB® IDE v8

The following table highlights the View menu changes from MPLAB® IDE v8 to MPLAB X IDE. Due to the changes in MPLAB X IDE, not all MPLAB IDE v8 menu items will map identically. Major differences are discussed under Comments.

Table: View Menu Differences

Project Window > Projects
Output Window > Output
Toolbars View > Toolbars
Save File > Save
CPU Registers2 Window > PIC Memory Views > CPU Registers
Call Stack Window > Debugging > Call Stack
Disassembly Listing Window > Debugging > Output > Disassembly Listing File
EEPROM Window > PIC Memory Views > EE Data Memory
File Registers1 Window > PIC Memory Views > File Registers
Flash Data Window > PIC Memory Views > Data Memory
Hardware Stack Window > PIC Memory Views > Hardware Stack
Debug > Stack
LCD Pixel Not available
Locals Window > Debugging > Variables
Memory2 Window > PIC Memory Views > Execution Memory
Program Memory1 Window > PIC Memory Views > Program Memory
SFR/Peripherals2 Window > PIC Memory Views > Peripherals
Special Function Registers1 Window > PIC Memory Views > SFRs
Watch Window > Debugging > Watches See also: Debug > New Watch
Memory Usage Gauge Window > Dashboard
Trace Window > Debugging > Trace See also: File > Project Properties to enable trace
Note 1: 8- and 16-bit devices
Note 2: 32-bit devices
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