Customizing the Configuration - 2021.2 English

Vivado Design Suite User Guide: Programming and Debugging

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You can customize the Waveform configuration using the features that are listed and briefly described in the following table; the feature name links to the subsection that fully describes the feature.

Table 1. Customization Features in the Waveform Configuration
Feature Description
Cursors The main cursor and secondary cursor in the Waveform window let you display and measure time, and they form the focal point for various navigation activities.
Markers You can add markers to navigate through the waveform, and to display the waveform value at a particular time.
Dividers You can add a divider to create a visual separator of signals.
Using Groups You can add a group, that is a collection to which signals and buses can be added in the wave configuration as a means of organizing a set of related signals.
Using Virtual Buses You can add a virtual bus to your wave configuration, to which you can add logic scalars and arrays.
Renaming Objects You can rename objects, signals, buses, and groups.
Radixes The default radix controls the bus radix that displays in the wave configuration, Objects panel, and the Console panel.
Bus Bit Order You can change the Bus bit order from Most Significant Bit (MSB) to Least Significant Bit (LSB) and vice versa.