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Currently, my stack view is 0x10 (16) bytes long.

Stack View

How do I change it so that the stack view is 8 bytes long?

Edit: I have tried tabbing into the stack window, pressing e, and then typing pxr 256@r:SP and it did not work. Here is my results enter image description here

Edit 2: This DOES work, I just need to press i a few more times

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Select the Stack panel by pressing Tab, then press the I key a couple of times (in my case two times) and you get a view like this:

Stack view of 8 bytes wide

Edit: This works if your panel has the pxr command (I'm not sure if that is the default), so if it doesn't work, you can try this:

Select the Stack panel using the Tab key, press the e key, type pxr 256@r:SP

then you can use the I key as I described before.

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  • Is there a way to make this default at start up?
    – user40683
    Mar 22 at 18:56
  • I would think that loading a layout at startup would be good enough, but for me it seems to be bugged out for some reason. You can try to save the layout with this command: v= name To load it at startup you can add this to the commandline: r2 -c 'v name' I'm not sure how to do this automatically, but in my case it changes the command of the Stack panel anyway, so in my case it's useless.
    – Dwarvy
    Mar 24 at 7:57

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