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  1. #1
    homunculus
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    Showing jump path???

    Hello,

    has anyone enabled the show jump path option under the CPU tab for the "Debugging Options" menu item??? I though (in fact I read it somewhere) that graphical arrows should be displayed showing jumps paths but when selecting it I only see the hex dump column in the disassembler pane shift right to gain space on its left but NO arrows of sort appear. I though it could be because of the colors I use but even playing around with colors nothing appears. Can anyone help out?

    H.
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  2. #2
    Norb
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    Showing jump path???

    Have this turned on, and when positioned over a jump call, a thin red line appears to the left of the pain indicating where the jump will end up. Drawn from the jump to the destination address. Can be quite useful at times, specially for calculated jumps.
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  3. #3
    homunculus
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    Showing jump path???

    Thx Norb I though the arrows had to be show always and not only when selecting a jump statement.
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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