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Log Categories

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Anthony Cohn
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Hi,

I have defined my Log Categories for the current file I am working on and would like to save those for future use, please would you let me know how I save my categories?

Thanks
Anthony
Oct 9, 2017 (modified Oct 9, 2017)  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
You should be able to apply the Log Categories to any open log by right-clicking the tab for the open log, and choosing Apply Log Category > Category Name.

If I misunderstood your request, please let me know :)

Thanks!
Oct 11, 2017  • #2
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Anthony Cohn
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Hi Keith,

I have already defined the columns for the current log but I'd like to save those in a definition so I can right click and apply in future for another log of the same type.

Regards
Anthony
Oct 11, 2017  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Ah ok, so if you go to Settings > Log Categories, you can add a new one, and in the edit window, do the following:
  • Click "Default Columns"
  • Click Copy From > Your Log File
  • Click OK, OK, and OK again to close the settings
  • Open a new log
  • Right-click its tab, and choose "Apply Log Category" > Log Category Name
  • It should then apply the columns to the log :)
Oct 11, 2017  • #4
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Steve Greenbaum342084
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Can I use a Log Category to open a set of related logs (abc.log, def.log) when I first open the LogFusion application. It doesn't have to be command line driven, just when I get the first screen of the application a method to open all of the logs I am interested in. I will most likely use the specific names of the logs, not a pattern. And the logs may exist in multiple folders. Thanks
10 days ago  • #5
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Steve Greenbaum342084
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Keith provided a suggestion so that I can open a known set of files when I open the application.

Create a shortcut: "C:\Program Files (x86)\LogFusion\LogFusion.exe" C:\LogFile1.log C:\LogFile2.log C:\LogFile3.log
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