Customize Audio Notification

To configure audio settings, check “Audio Notification” in the Halt Notifier window and click Settings (see Figure 1). The Audio Settings window opens (see Figure 2).

Figure 1: Audio Notification Settings

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In the Audio Settings window, the default audio alert is the beep sound. You can change the alert to an audio file, browse for the file, and specify the duration in seconds. Click OK when done. When a breakpoint is encountered in MPLAB® X IDE, an audio file is played.

Figure 2: Audio Settings Window

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