~/Library/Application Support/Trillian/[astra account]/logs is
the directory containing all logs, where [astra account] is your
Trillian Astra login. Hope that helps!
Note the initial '~' which means 'my home directory' on Mac OS
X; this is in the Library directory under your home directory, NOT
the one under the top-level of the hard drive. If you are on Lion,
the Library directory has been rendered invisible/hidden by the
system upgrade, but you can still manually go to it in Terminal or
by using Command-Shift-G in Finder to enter a path directly.
thanks for the reply. if i log back in to my Trillian for
windows..... any chat history that occurred when i used my Macbook
Air, would it be downloaded from the cloud to my windows machine?
so that i won't need to go looking for the chat history in my
Mac... i'll just have it downloaded to my windows machine directly
from the cloud ...... do you think that's possible? again my thanks
for the reply.
If you are a Pro user, just make sure the 'Backup chat logs to
the cloud' feature is enabled, as in https://skitch.com/sparks/g7176/skitched-20120131-185435
-- that'll do precisely what you're asking, making sure all your
logs are automatically in sync between the different machines.
I'm using Lion and I can't find my chat history in my mac, even
following all the instructions, there's no folder on my application
support, I've tried to find manually on Terminal or Go To Folder,
and I haven't found nothing, please someone help me.
What do you need the files for, Tonon? If you just want to view
them, there's a history viewer built in to Trillian by default. If
you want to back up them up, however, you'll just want the 'logs'
directory of your given account.
To find your Trillian account's directory, go into the Library
directory under your home directory.
Again, make certain the path you enter begins with ~ -- that
tilde character means 'my home directory,' so ~/Library moves you
into the now-invisible Library directory under your home directory,
NOT the Library directory at the root of the hard drive.
Once you hit 'Go' and zip down into that Trillian directory,
you'll find that there is a subdirectory for each Astra account you
use locally. Under a given directory, you'll find a 'logs'
subdirectory containing all the data files used to generate the