Nick Gammon said:
1) Can a log file be set to automatically split up after X amount of lines? I often times reach 150-200k lines, and
Not automatically, but you could make a timer that fires every 5 minutes. This could check the log file size (GetInfo (231)) and if over a limit you choose, it could close the log file and re-open it with an empty filename, which will then use the filename you define for automatic logging.
I know there is an option to automatically log to a file, but it only allows .txt to be set as the file type.
You are referring to the file name chooser? Just manually replace the .txt in the box in the logging configuration to .html. I just did that and it worked fine.
Also, I noticed the preamble on the log files (which I use to capture the timestamps) is off center by 1 line, by which I mean a cyan colored line has its corresponding timestamp 1 line down. Is there any way to fix this?
I don't think the preamble is off, it just doesn't get coloured, so it might *look* off. You might want to add into the preamble something to set a standard colour, eg.
<font color="lightgray"> (your timestamp) </font>