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First press ALT-D (Or CTRL-D on OS X) to toggle the log console... Then play around
Here is how it works, Push the Buttons to send messages to the logger.
You can filter output using regular expressions and the . Every message sent to the logger is tagged with a value (More about custom tags below). For example, and it will only show errors, and it will only show warnings and info, and it will show all messages.
So How Does This Work In Code?
Call Logger.error("error") or Logger.info("info") or any of the other default tags (Error, Warning, Debug, Info).
Custom messages can be sent by calling Logger.log("Custom Message", "CustomTag")
For ruby lovers I added a the shortcut puts("Something", "OptionalTag")
Thats it... just toggle the console window ALT-D (Or CTRL-D on OS X) and you can see results on screen.
It's a Console too!
Press Up or Down in the command line to cycle through old commands.