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I was quite surprised that no one wrote a suggestion about this yet, at least I didn't find after doing a search.
Sometimes, when Highlight Execution is on, you need to see a portion of the code that is not in the screen. Doing a scroll to see the desired code, part of the code being showed goes away, with the values shown by the Highlight Execution. If you bring back that portion of the code that was on the screen originally, the Highlight Execution values will not be there. You need to wait until next turn to see new values, or put probes in the wires to see then right away. Sometimes we need to see the FP or put any other screen over the BD. The result is the same, the Highlight Execution values will be gone.
The idea is to have an option to make the Highlight Execution values stick until you turn the Highlight Execution off.
Another interesting idea is to do implement the idea above and add a button to clear the Highlight Execution values anytime you want. Then the values could remain even after the execution being stopped. The advantage of this idea is that you will be able to edit the code with the values of the last execution on. May look messy, but you just need to press the clear button and all values will be removed, not a problem. With this concept it will be easy to save a screen (print screen) with Highlight Execution values on. Probably this also reduce the amount of probes needed in a daily basis.