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Old 01-01-2018, 12:59 PM
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log file for manual copies

Where is the log file stored for manual copies?

For scheduled copies I can navigate to:

/Users/the_user/Library/Application\ Support/SuperDuper!/Scheduled\ Copies/Smart\ Update\ the_target\ from\ the_source.sdsp/Logs/

Where is the corresponding directory for manual copies?

I know, I can see the log from the Window=>Show Log ⌘L menu item in the GUI but I need the actual location for scripting purposes.
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The easiest way to get the path is to Cmd+click the title bar of one of the logs. You'll see the full path...
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Old 01-01-2018, 04:46 PM
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It seems like I should've known that :-) Thanks Dave
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