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  • How do I ”filter” the logs

    ok, I am trying to trouble shoot a problem, and I want to filter the logs... Not just going forward, but the logs since restart...

    Whenever input something in the search, or choose something in the ”type” it works Going Forword, but I want to see everything for that type since restart. I tried setting the date range from yesterday to midnight tonight... Nothing...

    What am I missing

  • #2
    What browser are you using? I just tried it on my system, filtering for the sequence "g2b". I get just the log entries containing that sequence for every day in the date range. Did you click on 'Apply'?

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    Mike____________________________________________________________ __________________
    HS3 Pro Edition 3.0.0.548

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    • #3
      Remove check mark from auto. With this checked it will jump back to the top with each update. After you input your search term press apply. Also pay attention to the date range settings.

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      • #4
        It was the ”priority” once I set that to ” ” it worked fine.

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