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guide:doomsday.out [2017-03-13 21:40]
skyjake
guide:doomsday.out [2018-12-16 08:36]
skyjake [Locating the Doomsday.out file (1.15 →)]
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 If a fatal error occurs Doomsday will attempt to show you the contents of the log automatically. However, if a real crash occurs (e.g., the Windows debug report dialog appears) you will have to look for it in your [[runtime folder]] (you will not be shown the log). If a fatal error occurs Doomsday will attempt to show you the contents of the log automatically. However, if a real crash occurs (e.g., the Windows debug report dialog appears) you will have to look for it in your [[runtime folder]] (you will not be shown the log).
  
-===== Locating ​the Doomsday.out file (1.15 →) =====+===== Finding ​the Doomsday.out file =====
  
 Doomsday can tell you where the Doomsday.out file is located. Doomsday can tell you where the Doomsday.out file is located.
-  -  Open the [≡] (logmenu → //Copy Path to Clipboard//​. +  - Open the Task Bar with Shift-Esc. 
-  -  Paste the path to Windows Explorer / Finder / text editor / etc. to see where the log file is stored.+  Open the [≡] menu (in bottom left corner) → //Copy Path to Clipboard//​.  
 +  - Paste the path to Windows Explorer / Finder / text editor / etc. to see where the log file is stored.
  
  
guide/doomsday.out.txt · Last modified: 2018-12-16 08:36 by skyjake