I have a workspace with multiple projects and the clocks diagram shows the same thing no matter which project is selected. One is a static library without clocking. I know the projects aren't all the same.
Am I missing something? Shouldn't the clocks diagram show the configuration for the selected project?
I am running MCUXpresso v11.4.0 [Build 6224]. The chip is the K64FN1M0VDC12.
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Erich is right, if you have more projects, you have to open to proper one. The MCUX Config Tools allows to have just one configuration to be opened, so if you have more Eclipse projects, you have to explicitly switch/select the project you want to work with. Either in the Config Tools perspective as Erich proposed, or in the Develop perspective, in the Project Explorer view:
or even popup menu on the project folder.
Strange - I don't have that combo box to select from. If I right click on the toolbar and select "Restore Hidden Toolbar Entries", it doesn't show up. I don't see where that option is.
The combo is part of toolbar in MCUX Config Tools perspective(s). If you open a view in another perspective, this won't be shown. I believe it is your case.
Thanks - that is what's happening. I have the Clocks Diagram open in the Develop Perspective and that is not shown. If I open it in the Clocks perspective, I can select the project.
Thanks again everybody!
It was checked. The problem is that you can open the clocks diagram within the development perspective and then that toolbar option isn't shown. You're left with a clocks diagram and no way to select what the project is.