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Customization

The Raw Data View provides great customization options, which you may assign separately to incoming and outgoing parts.

Display As
You may configure data display as hexadecimal, decimal, octal or binary numbers. You can also treat data stream as floating-point numbers of either single or double precision.
Group By
You may group data in bytes, words, double words or quad words.
Columns
You may change the number of displayed columns. If you select “Auto”, the data stream will take all available window width.
Code Pane
Allows you to switch the code (left) pane on or off.
Text Pane
Allows you to switch the text (right) pane on or off.
Endianness
You may display data as little-endian or big-endian. Obviously, this will not affect data grouped in bytes.
Encoding
Change the text encoding in the text pane. More than 160 different encodings are supported, including UTF-8 and UTF-16.
Endpoints (USB only)
Allows you to filter the data stream by USB endpoints.

In addition, the Raw Data View visualizer allows you to fine-tune the visual aspect of many features it displays. Bring up the context menu and select the Coloring… command. The following window appears.

Coloring

The following visualization elements are accessible for customization:

Text
Foreground color of all text.
Background
Background color of all text.
Address
Foreground color of address area.
Address background
Background color of address area.
ASCII/UNICODE text
Foreground color of text pane.
ASCII/UNICODE background
Background color of text pane.
Even column/row background (for interlaced modes)
Background color for column/row interlaced mode
Odd column/row background (for interlaced modes)
Background color for column/row interlaced mode
“No data” text
Foreground color of the area after the last monitored byte.
Cursor fill
Background color of the cursor.
Cursor outline
Cursor's outline color.
Active row & column highlight text
Foreground color of a highlighted cell.
Active row & column highlight background
Background color of a highlighted cell.
Odd packet text
Foreground color of an odd packet if packet interlacing mode is on.
Odd packet background
Background color of an odd packet if packet interlacing mode is on.
Odd packet outline
Outline color of an odd packet if packet interlacing mode is on.
Even packet text
Foreground color of an even packet if packet interlacing mode is on.
Even packet background
Background color of an even packet if packet interlacing mode is on.
Even packet outline
Outline color of an even packet if packet interlacing mode is on.
Selection
Background color of a selection.

Some of these elements allow you to select “Automatic” option. In this case, they will either use the color from another related element, or use operating system default color.

The following options are also configurable through the Layout Dialog:

Packet interlacing
You may choose to interlace rows, colors or do not interlace at all.
Smart indentation
More visually appealing indentation is applied in some group modes when this setting is on.
Antialiased quality
Use Cleartype fonts to display visualizer data. If you enable this option, Device Monitoring Studio may require more processing resources.

You may save current settings as schemes to load them in the future. HHD Software also provides several schemes for you to choose.