When the regular Special Function Registers (SFR) window is expanded, winIDEA tries to read all of the expanded SFR registers. As soon as there is an access error, it stops reading the SFR registers and prints out the error message Skipped in the SFR Window for all following registers.
winIDEA allows creating a custom SFR window. When reading the custom SFRs, winIDEA only reads a small, specific set of SFRs therefore less access errors occur.
To prevent winIDEA from reading all of the expanded regular SFR registers disable Abort refresh.
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