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Console++

This extension proves a quick and easy way to install Console++

By default, the TTS Console++ Panel will only show messages and errors from TTS, to enable further interaction you need to install Console++ along with a modified version that enables onExternalCommand More details here.

Bring up the Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) and look up: ​>TTSLua: Install Console++

If successful you should see a notification near the bottom right letting you know so.

Finally activate the scripts by including them in your Global scope:

require("vscode/console")

Save and Play (Ctrl+Alt+S) And you can now use the input textbox at the bottom of the Console++ Panel that will send commands to the game directly from VSCode. Prefixing these messages with > will send your input as a command for Console++.

Here is a tutorial series on how to use Console++

tip

Press enter or double click on the Console++ Panel to focus the command input at the bottom

Command Mode

If you only send > as input to the Console++ Panel, it will enter command mode. This allows you to send console++ commands without having to prefix each one with >. Like so:

Command Mode