Logs all chat activity to a single file (chatlog.txt). This includes text displayed by addons or server messages in the chat feed. The chat file is saved every time a new chat line appears – If the game crashes, nothing should be lost. All chat is logged to a single file, so this file may

Chatlog To File Mod

Logs all chat activity to an individual document (chatlog.txt). This consists of text shown by addons or server text messages in the chat feed. The chat document is saved whenever a new chat series appears If the overall game crashes, nothing ought to be lost.

All chat is logged to an individual file, so this document may become large as time passes. Its your obligation to clear this document manually when required. The objective of this addon would be to offer backing logs in the event something happens, never to supply a manageable group of chat logs in your filesystem.

The behavior can't be predicted in the event that you run two cases of Minecraft simultaneously. Run multiple cases of Minecraft simultaneously at your personal risk.

Whenever Minecraft starts, new outlines and articles are appended by the end of the document. Newline are formatted based on the current operating-system new collection format. The format will be:

======================== Starting brand-new session on: Y-m-d H:i:s (POSIX_period) ========================

Requires ModLoader . The FML variant that's contained in Minecraft Forge also needs to work.

Set up:

  • It is possible to install this mod like any normal mod, by placing the contents of the archive in .minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar.
  • You can even install it by placing the archive document into .minecraft/mods/ folder.

For Minecraft 1.6.2


For Minecraft 1.5.2


Other Variations:

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For Minecraft 1.5.1


For Minecraft 1.4.7



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Minecraft is a sandbox video game developed by Mojang Studios. The game was created by Markus "Notch" Persson in the Java programming language. Following several early private testing versions, it was first made public in May 2009 before fully releasing in November 2011, with Notch stepping down and Jens "Jeb" Bergensten taking over development.