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CPU Call Tree question - need actual call pattern..

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CPU Call Tree question - need actual call pattern..

Postby shaight » Mon May 01, 2006 1:09 pm

I'm a new user and am still trying to figure out what the results mean.

In the CPU call tree (all threads) it seems to be displaying the threads in order by most time used. Is that correct?
If yes, is there a way to just see the call pattern in order called? I'm working on a project with 25,000 classes and really need to see what order they are called in.

I have some suggestions to make this product easier to use.
1. I need to be able to resize your UI. I have a 19inch monitor running 1024x768 and your UI runs over both vertically and horizontally when launched. I can make it skinner, but not shorter. I need to be able to resize it to fit my monitor. It should remember my size on successive launches. Some developers only have 15inch monitors which will make this product unusable for them.

2. I'd like to be able to to 'Expand all' either on one thread or on the whole display. I don't care which, I just get annoyed at having to click dozens of times to get to the method I'm looking for.

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