A sad thing that can happen to Minecraft players is in the middle of lovely gambling your game crashes.
Taking into consideration, there is a tool known as "Log", which records all the most important and crucial information of what is happening in the game, including the timing of the crash for example.

This article will help you find where you can find these game logs.


📖 Finding Client-side Logs (Windows and MAC)


Windows:

Let's start with where we can find the default Minecraft Simple Logs.
First, we need to go to our main desktop, and then have to type Windows + R.



By doing this, Windows displays a tab where you can type what we want to do.
On this box, we must type " AppData " to locate the Roaming folder. (Where Minecraft's folder (.minecraft) is located)
Once you type " AppData " click on OK.



By doing this, it will open some folders.
You must click on:

Roaming
.minecraft
Then click to open the folder " Logs "



Once opened, you'll be able to see all Minecraft Logs in ZIP/RAR archives.
You can open it, or extract in your Desktop to see all Log files inside it.

Inside the folder, it's possibly to see all Client-Side Logs.


MAC:

Let's find your Minecraft Logs folder in your MAC!
In order to do it, you must:

Click on " Go " on left top.
Then click on " Go to Folder ".



A Box will show up.
There you'll need to type: ~/Library/Application Support as the following example:


You can also search by "~/Library/Application Support/Minecraft/bin" to go directly to it.

Click on the " Minecraft " folder.
Click on your " Logs " folder.



Inside the folder, it's possibly to see all Client-Side Logs.


📖 Finding Client-side Logs (ModPacks Launchers)




Twitch Launcher (CourseForge ModPacks)

Let's use an example of where to find a ModPack Logs folder.
Imagine that we're looking to get the Logs of you**Sky Factory 4** ModPack.

To find the Logs folder you should:

Open your TwitchApp Launcher.
Click on " Mods ".
Select the ModPack that you usually play.
On the right side of your screen, you'll be able to see an engine icon. Click on it.
Click on " Open Folder ".



Once you click on it, you'll be redirected to the specified ModPack's folder, where you can:

Click to open the " Logs " folder.

Inside the folder, it's possibly to see all Client-Side Logs.




ATLauncher

Finding your Minecraft Client-Side Logs from ATLauncher ModPacks are one of the most easiest ways.
In order to do it:

Open your ATLauncher.
Log in on it.

In your bottom-left side you'll notice an " Open Folder " button; click on it.



Click on " Open Folder ".

It should open your ATLauncher folder.
Once opened, you'll see your " Logs " folder.

Inside the folder, it's possibly to see all Client-Side Logs.




TechnicLauncher

Let's use an example of where to find a ModPack Logs folder.
Imagine that we're looking to get the Logs of your Attack of the B-Team ModPack.

To find the Logs folder you should:

Open your TechnicLauncher.
Select/Click on the wished ModPack.
Click on " ModPack Options ".



A box should show up.

Click on " Open ".



It should open your TechnicLauncher folder.
Once opened, you'll see your " Logs " folder.

Inside the folder, it's possibly to see all Client-Side Logs.


No you can find where it's possible to see your Client-Side logs!
Feel free to open a ticket in your Client Area if you need.
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