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Yosemite display issues

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Note: This issue is resolved in LPCXpresso IDE v7.7.2.


If using the LPCXpresso IDE v7.6.2 or earlier on Mac OS X 10.10, Yosemite, you may encounter some display issues within the IDE, with the top entries in tables appearing to be missing.

This is due to a generic problem in the Eclipse framework used by LPCXpresso IDE on Yosemite (only), where the first entry of a table is obscured by the table header row. Thus, tables with a single entry will appear to be empty and tables more more entires will not display the first line. The obscured data can be revealed by scrolling the table. This problem affects a table displayed anywhere within the IDE. 

For example, when starting a debug connection for a project for the first time, the debug probe selection dialog is displayed. Here we are trying to debug an LPCXpresso824-MAX board which should appear as a CMSIS-DAP debug probe, but on Yosemite the table of available probes appears to be blank:

But if we move the mouse into the dialog and scroll, then the probe will then correctly appear as the top row in the table:

This issue is being tracked by Eclipse bug 446534: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=446534

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