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How to retrieve JavaScript console.log from Chrome browser on Mac?

javascript console of chrome browser

Procedure to retrieve JavaScript console.log from Chrome browser on Mac machine:

javascript console.log

We generally use the F12 functional key to retrieving JavaScript console.log from Chrome browser on Windows machine but do you think this works for other operating systems like Mac OS? No, the F12 functional key will not help on Mac machine to retrieve the JavaScript console. But there are two simple procedures to retrieve JavaScript console from Chrome browser on Mac OS.

Simple procedure to retrieve JavaScript console.log from Chrome browser on Mac machine with keyboard shortcut keys:

javascript console keyboard shortcut

It is quite simple you can get this with the help of the keyword keys. When you navigate to a particular page on Chrome browser press the three keys “Alt + Command + J” all a time. Now you can find the JavaScript console on the bottom of the window. You can retrieve the console by copying it using the commands “Command + A” (to select all the text on the console), “Command + C” (to copy all the text) and “Command + V” (to paste the text to your desired file).

Alternate procedure to retrieve JavaScript console.log from Chrome browser on Mac machine:

javascript console of chrome browser

You can also retrieve JavaScript console.log from Chrome browser in another way using the header options available in Chrome. Navigate to Chrome window and click on the View menu option available from the header.  From the list of submenu options available, click on Developer option and choose JavaScript console. Now, you can find the JavaScript console at the bottom view of the browser window. Here you can check for Errors, Console, Elements and Network related aspects etc. from the console window. You can copy the console and can store it in a file for future reference.

These are the two ways in which you can retrieve JavaScript console.log from Chrome browser on Mac machine.

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