Knowing the difference helps you work out what to do in response, and how to work out what went wrong.
From launch, through security checks, TCC and privacy, RunningBoard, to memory management and the Main Event Loop. A comprehensive summary.
They’re hidden away and never promoted at WWDC, but vitally important to every Mac user. Could you imagine not having Disk Utility, for example?
Recommended for improved functions in its text views, integrity checking each time it opens, and direct link to its product page in the Help menu.
Fixes bug when copying coloured text from log extracts. Colours are now preserved when pasted into Rich Text, etc., documents.
Pinning down what went wrong when an app has crashed is never easy, but should be far more straightforward browsing the log using Consolation 3.
At last, a full release version of Consolation 3 brings a completely rewritten Help book which covers all its features.
Changes made to preferences are now reflected immediately in all windows. Also ported to Swift 4.0 and built in Xcode 9.1.
New options find and show startup and wake events, and can perform log load analysis on the last 20 days or so of log entries. A unique tool.
This new version lets you select which log file to analyse, and to add custom processes to examine within log files. Lots of power with elegant simplicity.