For example, if you have three chip selects on an SPI bus you could look at the data for each chip select instead of having to reconfigure the analyzer for each one.
You can. The signals are grayed out to show that they are in use, but you can still select them. Only trouble is, you now have analyzers "SPI" and "SPI." Currently I set one analyzer to spit out hex, one dec, and one binary to distinguish between my 3 spi devices.
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