I can wrote a console.log() in a script in a function to push messages to the console, but is there a more proper way of doing it?
For purely testing projects I use a text-box and append messages to it. Not good for the real thing though.
'more proper way of doing it' meaning what? 'the real thing' meaning what?
By 'proper' I mean best practice, and by 'the real thing' I mean the difference between something I write to see how something works for my own consumption compared to something that isn't for my consumption.
If I was writing an application, I'd build in various bits that I can get diagnostics from, for example in Windows world I might write to the Event Log, or to the Trace output or maybe to the console if it has a console.
Is console.log the preferred mechanism with an application written with Construct 3, or do people tend to build a bespoke debugging mode, maybe with a a text box displaying?
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Browser log is the most useful
Hi I added Browser and log in console but I get no output in chrome browser dev tools console. Where is the output?
can you provide a working demo? I would like to post my file or a screenshot but it wont let me unless i create a new topic.
press F12 and then select Console tab