arbitrary column arrangement of memory debug window?

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    arbitrary column arrangement of memory debug window?

    i have a large block of memory on the heap that i need to peek into, but it would be most useful if the bytes were aligned in columns along boundaries that are not 64,32,16,...etc.

    does anyone know a way to do this in the vs debugger or a tool that can accomplish the same?

    thanks!

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    If you just resize the window with the Columns set to Auto it will show however many columns you want.

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    that does not appear to go beyond 64 :\

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