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June 01, 2010, at 03:18 PM by Equipo Traduccion -
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Arduino Preferences

Some preferences can be controlled from the Preferences dialog within the Arduino environment. Access it from the File menu in Windows or Linux, or the Arduino menu on the Mac.

Other preferences must be changed in the preferences.txt file. This file's location is displayed in the preferences dialog. It should be:

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Preferencias del Arduino

Algunas preferencias pueden ser controladas desde el menú Preferences del entorno Arduino. Puedes acceder a ellas desde el menú File en Windows y Linux, o desde el menú Arduino en Mac.

Otras preferencias deben ser cambiadas en el fichero preferences.txt. La ubicación de este fichero está indicado en el menú de preferencias anterior. Debería ser uno de los siguientes:

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Only edit the file when Arduino is not running - otherwise your changes will be overwritten when Arduino exits.

The definitions that determine the contents of the Board menu are found in boards.txt in the hardware/ sub-directory of the Arduino application directory. The definitions for the Burn Bootloader menu are in the programmers.txt file in the same directory. To create a new board or programmer definition, copy an existing one, change the prefix used in the preference keys (e.g. "diecimila." or "avrisp."), and alter the values to fit your hardware. Note that only certain board configurations are supported, see the other hardware page for details.

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Sólo edita el fichero mientras Arduino no está en ejecución - de otra manera los cambios serán sobreescritos cuando cierres Arduino.

Las definiciones que determinan el contenido del menú Board se encuentran en boards.txt en el subdirectorio hardware/ del directorio de la aplicación Arduino. Las definiciones del menú Burn Bootloader están en el fichero programmers.txt, en el mismo directorio. Para crear una nueva placa o definición para un programador, copia uno ya existente, cámbiale el prefijo usado en la clave de preferencia (por ejemplo, "diecimila." o "avrisp.") y varía los valores para ajustar tu hardware. Nótese que sólo ciertas configuraciones de placas están soportadas, consulta la página otro hardware para más detalles.

June 16, 2009, at 04:39 PM by Tom Igoe -
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  • c:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Application

Data\Arduino\preferences.txt (Windows XP)

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  • c:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Application Data\Arduino\preferences.txt (Windows XP)
June 16, 2009, at 04:38 PM by Tom Igoe -
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  • c:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Application Data\Arduino\preferences.txt (Windows)
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  • c:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Application

Data\Arduino\preferences.txt (Windows XP)

  • c:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Roaming\Arduino\preferences.txt (Windows Vista)
October 23, 2007, at 11:46 PM by David A. Mellis -
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The definitions that determine the contents of the Board menu are found in boards.txt in the hardware/ sub-directory of the Arduino application directory. The definitions for the Burn Bootloader menu are in the programmers.txt file in the same directory. To create a new board or programmer definition, copy an existing one, change the prefix used in the preference keys (e.g. "diecimila." or "avrisp."), and alter the values to fit your hardware.

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The definitions that determine the contents of the Board menu are found in boards.txt in the hardware/ sub-directory of the Arduino application directory. The definitions for the Burn Bootloader menu are in the programmers.txt file in the same directory. To create a new board or programmer definition, copy an existing one, change the prefix used in the preference keys (e.g. "diecimila." or "avrisp."), and alter the values to fit your hardware. Note that only certain board configurations are supported, see the other hardware page for details.

October 22, 2007, at 06:43 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Some preferences can be controlled from the Preferences dialog within the Arduino IDE. Access it from the File menu in Windows or Linux, or the Arduino menu on the Mac.

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Some preferences can be controlled from the Preferences dialog within the Arduino environment. Access it from the File menu in Windows or Linux, or the Arduino menu on the Mac.

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The definitions that determine the contents of the Board menu are found in boards.txt in the hardware/ sub-directory of the Arduino application directory. The definitions for the Burn Bootloader menu are in the programmers.txt file in the same directory. To create a new board or programmer definition, copy an existing one, change the prefix used in the preference keys (e.g. "diecimila." or "avrisp."), and alter the values to fit your hardware.

December 14, 2006, at 10:48 PM by David A. Mellis -
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  • ~/.arduino (Linux)
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  • ~/.arduino/preferences.txt (Linux)
November 30, 2006, at 11:37 AM by David A. Mellis -
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Other preferences must be changed in the preferences.txt file. This file's location is displayed in the preferences dialog (as indicated by the arrow in the image below). It should be:

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Other preferences must be changed in the preferences.txt file. This file's location is displayed in the preferences dialog. It should be:

November 05, 2006, at 12:27 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Arduino Preferences

Some preferences can be controlled from the Preferences dialog within the Arduino IDE. Access it from the File menu in Windows or Linux, or the Arduino menu on the Mac.

Other preferences must be changed in the preferences.txt file. This file's location is displayed in the preferences dialog (as indicated by the arrow in the image below). It should be:

  • /Users/<USERNAME>/Library/Arduino/preferences.txt (Mac)
  • c:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Application Data\Arduino\preferences.txt (Windows)
  • ~/.arduino (Linux)

Only edit the file when Arduino is not running - otherwise your changes will be overwritten when Arduino exits.

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