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I'm trying to get a RF24 Sensor Network up, and think it would probably be pretty helpful if I could have multiple serial monitors printing what arduino 1 is saying to arduino 2.  Is that possible?  In the Arduino IDE, it seems like you can only select one com at a time? tia smiley
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If you open another instance of the IDE you can choose and monitor  different serial port thru Tools  I mean don't use File. New but run a new  IDE from the Icon (the best I can describe).
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I use the free TeraTerm Windows program.  Very light weight code with good features.
Just Google for it.

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This is what those little LCD screens are for...

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This is what those little LCD screens are for...

Agreed!  And they are (currently) cheap.  Just posted about this 1.44" 128x128 under $4 U.S.
http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=260605.msg1840012#msg1840012

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