Log Leech allows you to view your system logs in a beautiful and easy to understand format.
When things go bad on your Mac the console log works in the background, acting as a kind of black box recording what went wrong. Log Leech is able to crack open this black box and present it in a way that mere mortals are able to understand and navigate. Use Log Leech to easily determine what went wrong with a specific application, or just to figure out what your Mac has been up to recently.
All in the Presentation
Log Leech sports a beautiful, innovative user interface. Instead of just throwing megabytes of raw text at you, it groups the individual messages by the application that logged them, in an aesthetically pleasing table view. By grouping the messages by application, you can quickly get to the application you care about while ignoring the rest. Log Leech puts a Mac interface on a very Unix part of your computer.
Pinpoint the Problem
Most of the time you're not looking at the console for personal entertainment, but because you want to find a specific message that'll tell you what went south. Log Leech allows you to sift through enormous amounts of data quickly to get to that message. In addition to grouping messages by application, you can search for a specific piece of text that appears in the message. If you just want to know what the last thing that happened, Log Leech has a chronological view that does just that.
Getting the Big Picture
Sometimes you just want to know what's going on in your Mac. Log Leech allows you to see which applications have logged the most messages, or which ones have logged the most recently. In addition, you can view the log messages in the order they happened using the chronological view.
• Fix for crashing bug when a log message wasn't encoded properly.
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