Is there a way to detect errors or warning from any script while my game is running?

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  1. What do you want to achieve? Keep it simple and clear!
    I want to detect any errors or warnings that occur during runtime of the game.

  2. What solutions have you thought of so far?
    I have thought of pcall and xpcall, but I think it would be too tedious.

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I’m usually on the lookout for errors or warns during in runtime of the game, and I want to know when this happens through a displace or a bot that sends me reports. However I have no knowledge of how to implement this, and I feel that there is something easier than using pcall and xpcall all the time.

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Yea, you can actually use the built in console, it will show you which line and which column the error appeared in. This is already built in, so don’t worry about it.

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thats not what im looking for. for instance in some games you may have seen a board or screen showing a list errors that closely resemble the console output. I want to collect the errors and then send them to a bot for processing and what not.

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Well, I don’t have ANY idea that can maybe help you then, sorry.

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game:GetService('LogService').MessageOut:Connect(function(message, messageType)
 if messageType == Enum.MessageType.MessageError then
  print("funny error:", message)

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