Hey, me again with more questions. I want to be able to set a breakpoint when a specific instruction is executed. Not just a specific type of instruction, but literally that one, at that unique spot in memory. I've located that specific instruction in the memory debugger and set a read breakpoint on that 32 bit portion of the ROM, but it doesn't break. Probably because the "read" breakpoint doesn't mean "the CPU has executed this command" but it only means "the CPU tried to read from this spot in memory".
Please tell me there's a way to set a breakpoint upon executing a specific assembly instruction at a unique part of memory?
EDIT : Well, as per usual, I figure it out before anybody responds. But I'm not going to delete this because I feel like it wasn't intuitively obvious. You have to click to the left of the instruction: