Logi is a small AS3 project which allows the user to display the trace on the screen as an overlay.
There are two modes of display:
- Console - can be shown/hidden and looks like a regular commandline prompt
- HUD - when the console is hidden, traces appear for a limited time on the screen.
Logi is built on top of Feathers so you’ll need that.
Simplest way to start using Logi is to include the Logi/src/ as a source path in your project.
Creating (in a Starling Sprite, after it’s added to stage):
var logConsole:Console = new Console(); this.stage.addChild(logConsole);
Showing the console:
var logConsole:Console = Console.getMainConsoleInstance(); logConsole.isShown = true;
log(“Just like the good old trace... ”, 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42 );
Create with custom settings:
var settings:ConsoleSettings = new ConsoleSettings(); // Disable HUD display: settings.hudEnabled = false; var logConsole:Console = new Console(settings); this.stage.addChild(logConsole);