Psst, Can You Keep a Secret?!?


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    I was on the phone with Charles Leo at ME Labs this past week, discussing particulars for a long-overdue Nuts and Volts article. He casually mentioned he was working on another PBP update that will cover all the PIC 8-bit parts that MPLABX v5.35 covers. No release date, and no other particulars. Don't tell him I told you so.

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    You are a very naughty boy, I say!

    Ioannis

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    Hi, Mpgmike,

    just a question about MPLABX 5.35 : Here ( win 10 up to date ) when I close it ... it automatically re-opens !!!

    so, I had to turn back to V 5.30 ... to get something usable.

    Would you have any idea about that strange behaviour ???

    about PBP updates ... may be I'll see them before I can't program any more ... may be !!!

    for the spelling corrector Charles was to update, I think we must forget it ... last version was MPLABX 2.35 compatible ... if I'm right ...

    sooooo, just wait and see ...

    Alain
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    I use MPLABX v5.35 all the time. I downloaded & immediately uninstalled v5.40 (more bugs than an Alaskan summer). I dabbled with v5.45 here and there, and am now trying to use 5.50 more. Still, I refuse to get rid of my precious and beloved v5.35. Not sure what your issue is.

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    Alain,

    I'd suggest to uninstall the MPLABX and then very carefully clean any record in the registry about MPLABX.

    Try again installation of MPLABX and hopefully it won't re-open.

    Win-10 does indeed reload some programs with no apparent reason. I had such an issue with Excel.

    HTH,
    Ioannis

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    I had an issue where Visual Studio would automatically start whenever I restarted the computer. I would close it and do another restart. Usually the 2nd time VS wouldn't start. I never had an issue where I close a program and it just restarts automatically. That's a new one for me.

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    Hi, Ioannis

    Even after a thoroughful cleaning, the problem comes again ...

    Working fine here requires The 5.30 Version ...

    Probably a new Win10 " feature "

    Have a nice day

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    I am sorry it didn't work for you. As you say, new Win10 feature! Enjoy it!

    Although not 100% close to your problem, it is nice to give it a try:

    https://www.howtogeek.com/396884/how...rting-your-pc/

    Ioannis

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