Hmm, never thought about doing that. I guess you should check if there is a NOT object when building an Advanced Trigger. Or you could create an advanced trigger that ORs <0x5555 and >0x5555 comparisons.
Or you could create 2 trigger conditions. The first one would be a basic AND trigger for 0x5555. In the second trigger condition column, you'd set each bit to look for "either edge" transitions so the logic analyzer would ultimately trigger any time a bit switched away from 0x5555.
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