How do you print() a newline? Google search says put \n inside the string you’re printing to get a carriage return, but that just prints “\n”. Forum search finds nothing for “newline” or “carriage return.”
I may be mistaken, but AFAIK, the log panel is not designed to handle new line characters (and other things like \t, etc…) like you’re expecting in this case. It will always just print the text representation.
^ that’s for characters you explicty embed in strings, as you allude to above.
However, (I remember now)
The below example prints a blank line in the log messages and then a new line with the word “test” on it.
puts # just a new line by itself puts "test" # "test" with a new line inserted at the end
Which looks like this:
Thanks. Why didn’t I think of that.