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RiMo_301056
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Hello,

I am finalizing a PSoC3 design using PSoC Creator 3.3 CP3. I need to move the pins used by the "Character LCD" component from P5[6:0] to P2[6:0].

To this end, I assign P2[6:0] to the LCD component in the design wide resources (.cydwr) editor, in the Pins tab.

From earlier builds of the project, however, pin P2[2] was previously auto-assigned to another signal (but not locked to that pin!).

Since the assignment to P2[2] is not a "locked" one, I would expect that when running the next build, PSoC Creator would simply move the signal that was previously using P2[2] to another location, in order to make room for the "Character LCD" pins.

Instead, it flags an error message:

Multiple assigments have been made to pin P2[2]

(and BTW, I probably found a typo error in PSoC Creator: it should be "Multiple assignments have ben made to pin ..." )

I tried the commands "unlock" and "auto-assign during build" on the signal previously auto-assigned to P2[2], but no way....PSoC Creator insists saying that P2[2] is assigned to multiple signals.

How can I have PSoC Creator **forget** the earlier auto-assignment of a signal to P2[2] ?

Thanks for any suggestion!

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Try to close the Creator and delete <project name>.cyfit file in the project folder.

/odissey1

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Bob_Marlowe
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Did you already consider to use latest Creator version which is 4.2 at this time?

Bob

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Creator 4.2 is not an option, as the project is almost concluded and it will remain in version 3.3 (in maintenance mode).

Best regards,

Ricardo

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Try to close the Creator and delete <project name>.cyfit file in the project folder.

/odissey1

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