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How to Send in Console Output

Last Updated: Apr 05, 2016 06:18AM PDT

Sending Console Output in to Twitch

This article explains how to send in console output in order to investigate bugs or errors you may experience.

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If you have experienced a bug or error which requires further investigation, please use the following methods for either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. If neither of these are your browser, a simple Google search of locating the console for your browser should return some helpful information! 

Google Chrome


Press control-shift-J all at the same time, then load any web page.

Try to stretch the console to be large enough to fit as much as you can, and get as many of the red items as possible. The items most helpful to see are usually "404","503","408", or "403" errors. The more you get, the better!

Screenshot it and send it in!


Mozilla Firefox


Press F12, then load any web page. 

Try to stretch the console to be large enough to fit as much as you can, and get as many of the red items as possible. The items most helpful to see are usually "404","503","408", or "403" errors. The more you get, the better!

Screenshot it and send it in!