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May 24, 2016
5:45 AM
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** you don't have permission to see this link ** Sign-Up Here. Was blocked for some reason. thanks for bringing it up.

Let me know if it works out for you and if the tool is what you needed. I have not worked with it since I posted this, so a few years now. If it is helpful, maybe I'll pick up the development again.

May 24, 2016
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Hi HazAdmin,

I would like to use your software but there is no link to download it.

Can you please provide the link?

Thank you,
mgombos

July 10, 2014
8:47 PM
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In looking around my PC, I came across this old USB to Serial GUI utility I developed years ago. I created this tool when I could not find one available for download, for free, which I can use to debug my projects which use a UART communication port. I wanted the GUI to display sent and received messages and data (duh!) but also clearly display the data in Hex, ASCII, Binary or Decimal.

It has a few features which would allow it to save data in case you want to plot later, auto detect the type of data you are sending, etc...

I don't have a user manual for it, but I figured I would post it and try to add a couple of How-To tips as I go along and have time. Feel free to contribute to it.

It is provided as is, so I make no guarantees. It did what I wanted it to do, and it is helpful for debugging. I tested it on WIN7 and WIN8.1 only.

I am open for comments and feedback. If you have inputs on how it can be made better, or you come across a bug, or simply you wanted to post your own "How-To" comments, go ahead.

Enjoy.

 

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