WebStorm 2018.2 Help

Console

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Use this page to define lines to be folded in consoles. This lets you hide extraneous information and make console output easier to read and comprehend.

Item

Description

Use soft wraps in console

If this checkbox is selected, soft wraps (or word wraps) are used in consoles.

Console commands history size

In this text box, specify how many console commands will be included in the console history and can be browsed through.

Override console cycle buffer size (1024 KB)

Select this checkbox if you want to delete old messages when the console buffer size exceeds the specified value.

Fold console lines that contain

In this area, configure a list of patterns that determine the lines to be hidden in console output. Any line that contains one of these patterns as a substring is hidden. Use the following icons or shortcuts:

Item

Shortcut

Description

icons general add svgAlt+Insert

Use this icon or shortcut to open the Folding Pattern dialog box and type a new pattern.

icons actions edit svgEnter

Use this icon or shortcut to open the Folding Pattern dialog box and edit the selected pattern.

icons general remove svgAlt+Delete

Use this icon or shortcut to remove the selected pattern from the list.

Exceptions

In this area, configure a list of patterns that determine the lines not to be folded in console output. Any line that contains one of these patterns as a substring is displayed. Use the following icons or shortcuts:

Item

Shortcut

Description

icons general add svgAlt+Insert

Use this icon or shortcut to open the Folding Pattern dialog box and type a new pattern.

icons actions edit svgEnter

Use this icon or shortcut to open the Folding Pattern dialog box and edit the selected pattern.

icons general remove svgAlt+Delete

Use this icon or shortcut to remove the selected pattern from the list.

Last modified: 2 October 2018

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