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  1. Hello, Really enjoy the Analog Discovery 2! Just beginning to play with the Logic Analyser, past day or two. Just for fun, I connected five data pins to five different 555 ic chip pins, using the "signal" choice, under bus type in the Logic Analyser. Very interesting to see power go up and down all at the same time. Helps in understanding what an ic chip is doing on many pins, in real time, even if the representation is binary (on or off). HOWEVER, I believe this tool was not designed for this use, So I wanted to ask: Q1: Should I avoid using the logic analyser, with ic chips? Q2: IF I can do this safely, how might I change some of the traces I see on the screen, such that they show "Analog Sinewave" instead? The instructions do mention this, saying: "With higher row height for Bus or protocol, the analog representation of the values is drawn." Showing an image of a Sine Wave, instead of a square wave. Even though I change the height of the trace tracks to 10 higher, the views remain square waves. Any idea how I might get it to show sine waves (as per instructions) instead? Or is this not possible with a "signal" choice for trace? Thanks, Roland Prevost