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m_elias

I'd really appreciate the option of having the serial monitor reopen automatically after it closes due to uploading a sketch.

PaulS

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I'd really appreciate the option of having the serial monitor reopen automatically after it closes due to uploading a sketch.

But not enough, apparently, to search to see that this has been requested more than once.
The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions.

m_elias


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I'd really appreciate the option of having the serial monitor reopen automatically after it closes due to uploading a sketch.

But not enough, apparently, to search to see that this has been requested more than once.

Sorry to have "wasted" your time eliciting a response. Maybe, seeing has how it still has not been implemented, another request might change their mind. I can't think of any good reason, not did I read of any good reason it's not an option. Have a nice evening!

pico

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Sep 22, 2013, 03:57 am Last Edit: Sep 22, 2013, 03:59 am by pico Reason: 1

I can't think of any good reason, not did I read of any good reason it's not an option. Have a nice evening!


User "eried" has actually developed a tweaked version of the standard IDE that includes this option, as well as addressing a number of other common minor annoyances. Check this thread out (has a download link as well):

forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=118440

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m_elias


User "eried" has actually developed a tweaked version of the standard IDE that includes this option, as well as addressing a number of other common minor annoyances. Check this thread out (has a download link as well):

forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=118440

(If you like it, don't forget to send him a Pepsi!)


After a quick read it looks quite interesting, thanks.

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