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Anonymous
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I'm sure it's a simple thing but the code explorer window seems stuck looking at the cydwr file and says it's not a supported type.  How do you get it to realize that you are looking in the main.c file etc...

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JobinT_31
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Hello Ray,

Code explorer will always take the file which is currently open, I think you are seeing .cydwr file when code explorer is giving this error.
You just need to open the main.c, then the code explorer will work as expected.


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JOBIN

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JobinT_31
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Hello Ray,

Code explorer will always take the file which is currently open, I think you are seeing .cydwr file when code explorer is giving this error.
You just need to open the main.c, then the code explorer will work as expected.


Thanks
JOBIN

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Anonymous
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I've resolved this problem as an issue with running PSOC Creator under Parallels on a mac.  Things just don't work as well as they should and sometimes this happens.  I switched to vmware which ran a little better but ultimately just ended up getting a PC to run this on.  It runs much better under a clean PC environment.  Thanks for folks help.

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