Console is the epitome of Apple’s problem with tools and support for its users, and is exactly what it needs to fix.
Stops you from inadvertently asking for non-existent Signposts in Sierra, which could stop it from getting log extracts.
Now is a good time to re-evaluate which version of macOS your Macs are running. In the next […]
Full release version includes corrections to its Chart view. With 33 page 7,500 word Help book and much more.
Now feature-complete, this version has powerful tools to help you locate significant events to the second and better.
A log browser with charts? How frequency charts of log entries, separated by subsystem, can make your log even more accessible.
Using Little Snitch, this becomes unresolvable, as the app can’t complete first run checks, and every time you try, it’s translocated to a different folder, causing Little Snitch to block it again.
Previous versions could fail if run from a user account which is a member of very few groups. This update fixes that.
Adds CSV export of log extracts, and fixes two bugs. Is this now ready for final release?
Now uses monospace font, can write and read logarchive bundles and individual log files within them, and more.