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Topic: IDE 0022 Serial monitor bug? (Read 1 time) previous topic - next topic

mowcius

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I am not aware of what 'modified IDE' is

Well the answer will be no then :P

Hmm, I haven't heard of this problem on 0017.

If you have the board set to 14400, does it work on any other settings (wrong baud rates) in the IDE serial monitor?

Stan09

No, no other speed settings  convert garbage into text.
But I have noticed that when I use Serial.begin(9600) (serial output is OK at IDE setting 9600), I still can see this output when I switch serial monitor to 14400. This happens _only_ on 9600. Any other board rates only produce correct output when serial monitor is set to matching speed.
Just tried the same on a different computer, Windows 7, IDE 0022. Same bug.

mowcius

Have you checked your serial port settings in device manager?
8 Data bits, No parity, 1 Stop bit and No flow control

Stan09

Yessir!
As I said, I can see correct output on 14400 when using 'third party' serial port monitor.
This is obviously the bug of Arduino IDE.

mowcius

Yeah - just trying to check all angles as I haven't seen this one before.

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