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This group of options (fig. 3.2.1) allows you to configure how timestamps appear in the log file and on the screen. You can configure the stamp format in the program options.
Fig. 3.2.1 Time stamp configuration
Add to display output for data sent - the time stamp will be added for the sent data displayed on the screen. The stamp will be added according to the timeout (if the data flow is uninterrupted) or when a data packet is sent.
Add to display output for data received - the same but for the received data.
Add if data direction has been changed - if the program is sending and receiving data, the time stamp will be also added when the data transfer direction changes (sending/receiving).
Add for data packets - if the data is displayed after it is processed, the stamp will be added to each processed data packet.
Add at begin of file - the stamp will be added at the beginning of every new log file.
Stamp timeout - if the data flow is uninterrupted, the stamp will be added regularly at the interval specified in milliseconds.
File prefix/postfix character(s) - the program will use these characters instead of those specified in the program options while writing data to a file. For example, it allows you to add the new line character or another sequence of characters before or after the stamp. Example: >#0D#0A