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ModusToolbox Bluetooth SDK

VaPa_4363726
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I don't know the reason why this is happening I installed it in my new Zorin os and facing this issue and my tool box is in different color than the previous one I used, How to change it.

Screenshot from 2020-03-19 16-02-44.pngAnjanaM_61MichaelF_56

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Len_CONSULTRON
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VaPa,

I don't have Linux but hopefully this will help.

Try Window\Preferences:

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Then select General\Appearance:   You Can change the color theming.

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There are other Appearance options available if that isn't what you're looking for.

Len

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."

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Len_CONSULTRON
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VaPa,

I don't have Linux but hopefully this will help.

Try Window\Preferences:

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Then select General\Appearance:   You Can change the color theming.

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There are other Appearance options available if that isn't what you're looking for.

Len

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."

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VaPa_4363726
New Contributor II

Thank you LePo_1062026​ Can you also help me out with the build option

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Len_CONSULTRON
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VaPa,

I'll be glad to help if I can.  What specific build issues are you having?

Len

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."
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VaPa_4363726
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The build option itself is not available, I mean its there but can't be used LePo_1062026

Screenshot from 2020-03-19 16-02-44.png

Take a look at the image the build option is unable to be used.

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Len_CONSULTRON
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VaPa,

Based on the name of the project in your Project Explorer, I'm guessing that you went directly to GitHub and downloaded the archive for the project.  You then loaded this project directory directly into ModusToolbox.

If this is the case, you have 90% of the files needed for a build.  You needed to import the project into MTB instead.  The import process asks what is the Target of the build (ie. CY8CPROTO-062-4343W) and will load the additional files needed to start the build.

There are two ways I know to load the example project.   The recommended way:

  1. Select "New Application"
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  2. Select your Target BSP
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  3. Select the desired example project
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  4. Select "Finish" to import this project into MTB.

However since you already have the project archive there is potentially another way.  It involves importing the project files into MTB.  I'm current researching how to do this.

Len

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."
VaPa_4363726
New Contributor II

Ok thank you LePo_1062026​ let me know when you discovered it

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Len_CONSULTRON
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VaPa,

The alternate way to correctly import a previously downloaded archive from Github:

  1. Make sure the project directory is copied from the archive (.zip) to a location on your disk.
  2. Select "New Application"

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     3. Select your Target BSP, Then "Next"
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     4.  Select "Import ..."
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     5. A File Explorer will appear.  Find and select the folder where you placed the project from the archive.

     6. The new project should appear selected.  Change the "Application Name:".  This is the project name as it appears in MTB. <note: do not include spaces.  This is a Eclipse/ModusToolbox no, no>.  Then select "Next"
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     7. You should as a "Summary" window.  Select "Finish".
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     8. Lastly, MTB should now begin to add the additional material to the project to allow a build.  Once complete, try a build.

Len

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."
VaPa_4363726
New Contributor II

Thank you LePo_1062026​ I got it fixed

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