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Thread: "Restore editor state on startup" doesn't work

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    New Member New Member obetz is on a distinguished road
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    "Restore editor state on startup" doesn't work


    the setting "Restore editor state on startup" should restore all editor tabs on startup, correct?

    It doesn't work with DAVE 3.1.8 here, no editor windows are open after a DAVE restart.


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    Advanced Advanced sophia is on a distinguished road
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    Hi Oliver,

    Thank you very much for the feedback. A change request eTicket 171452854 has been submitted.

    Best regards,

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    New Member New Member Herbert747 is on a distinguished road
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    Dave 4.4.2. Restore editor on startup don't work.

    The same issue is in Dave 4.4.2 again.
    That is very very pesky.
    I think I use another controller for the next project.

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    Infineon Employee
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    jferreira will become famous soon enough
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    Sorry for the inconvenience.
    The issue is related to the concept of active project used in DAVE4. You can workaround it using the Mylyn plugin. See
    You can install the plugin in DAVE4, using Help>Install New Software...
    1. Enable the Neon update site
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    2. Select Work with the Neon update site, and filter after Mylyn. You will need to select the packages shown below
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    3. There are a lot of resources in the web about Mylyn but I found easy to follow instructions at to define a task.
    With the task active, you can associate files to the task. You can have several tasks and switch among them easily.

    The views expressed here are my personal opinions, have not been reviewed or authorized by Infineon and do not necessarily represent the views of Infineon.

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