On 12 Jan 2016, at 20:11, luigi scarso 
<luigi.sca...@gmail.com<mailto:luigi.sca...@gmail.com>> wrote:

hard to say without an example.
\loggingall can help, but it can generate a huge amount of data.
Using  \loggingall near the error is better, but of course it means that you 
know more or less where it happens.

I have an idea where to start and stop logging.

Is just \loggingall sufficient to start the log?
How do I stop that logging?

Hans van der Meer

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