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Microchip integrates graphics, display controller in micro

6/14/2010 04:00 AM EDT
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re: Microchip integrates graphics, display controller in micro
darenyeo   1/6/2011 5:23:11 PM
Question about the Graphics Display Designer V2.0.1.9 (with updated Library): Is there a limit to the number of type="picture" elements (widgets) that can be added to a screen? I have 18 and get errors when running Code Generation: "GDD Files Not Present..." The files are present, since I just use a total of 17 pictures and all works fine. I am trying to come up with work-arounds but nothing appears to work. Interestingly, if I add more than 18 images, numerous errors result and subsequent Exit of GDD crashes MPLAB with a memory fault. (Sounds like someone is mismanaging an array somewhere.) Any help would be great!

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