Factorio Console Commands
Factorio Console Commands
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Normal Commands Factorio Console Commands

Factorio console commands, detailed description, and information on how to use command in game.
/alerts Enables, disables, mutes, or unmutes the given alert type. Available alerts: entity_destroyed, entity_under_attack, not_enough_construction_robots, no_material_for_construction, not_enough_repair packs, turret_fire, custom, no_storage.
/clear Clears the console.
/color Changes your color. Can either be one of the pre-defined colors or RGBA value in the format of “# # # #”. Available colors: default, red, green, blue, orange, yellow, pink, purple, white, black, gray, brown, cyan, acid.
/evolution Prints info about the alien evolution factor.
/help [command] Prints a list of available commands, the optional argument can specify the command that should be described.
/h [command] Same as /help.
/mute-programmable-speaker Mutes or unmutes the global sounds created by the Programmable Speaker. Use “local” to mute just the local client. Admins can use “everyone” to mute the sounds for everyone on the server.
/perf-avg-frames Number of ticks/updates used to average performance counters. Default is 100. Value of 5-10 is recommended for fast convergence, but numbers will jitter more rapidly.
/permissions Opens the permissions GUI.
/screenshot [x resolution] [y resolution] [zoom] Takes a screenshot with the GUI hidden, centered on the player. It is saved in the "script-output" subfolder of your User data directory. Resolution is optional and defaults to the current window size. Zoom is optional and defaults to 1.
/seed Prints the starting map seed.
/time Prints info about how old the map is.
/toggle-action-logging Toggles logging all input actions performed by the game. This value isn’t persisted between game restarts and only affects your local game in multiplayer sessions.
/toggle-heavy-mode Used to investigate desyncs. Will slow down the game and make multiplayer unplayable.
/toggle-rockets-sent-gui Toggles if the rockets sent button is shown in the upper left corner of the screen.
/version Prints the current game version.