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On my previous macbook I had some hidden defaults preference defined for XCode that showed console right after I did "Build and Go" for my app. Now on my new MB machine I can't remember which was it. Yes, I know I should've transferred my preferences, lesson learned.

Any of you know where can I find this kind of preference?

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closed as off-topic by Eimantas, Kevin Panko, Breakthrough, Mokubai, nerdwaller May 6 '14 at 1:58

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This question is about old version of software and contains information irrelevant for current software version. – Eimantas May 1 '14 at 12:15
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Go to Xcode → Preferences → Debugging → On Start → "Show Console".

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oh my god yes!!! thanks a heap! – Eimantas Dec 23 '09 at 9:21

For Xcode 5.1

  1. Goto XCode → Behaviours → Edit Behaviours
  2. Select "Running/Generates Output"
  3. Check "Show" and select debugger with "Variables & Console"
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