From the menu, choose Tools > Global Options.
Expand General Settings.
Select the STATUS:> color icon to choose a new color for all log window status messages.
Select theERROR:> color icon to choose a new color for all log window error messages.
Select the COMMAND:> color icon to choose a new color for all log window command messages.
Select the OTHER:> color icon to choose a new display color for all other messages in log windows.
Changes the style of text in the log windows.
Enable session (control connection) logs
Select this to save each session log as a separate text file, and to display the log in the individual session log window.
Clear this to stop recording a log for each session, and to show no logs in the individual session log window.
Enable individual transfer item (data connection) logs
Select this to save the log for each item transferred as a separate text file.
Clear this to stop recording a separate log for each item transferred.
Enable consolidated transfer logs (both session and all transfers in log pane)
Select this to display all logs in the Log Window in the bottom of CuteFTP interface. This option also saves all activity in one log file.
Clear this to leave the Log Window blank and to stop recording all activity in a single log file.
Record/Display raw directory listing in logs
Select this to include file lists and permissions as part of session logs and consolidated logs. This returns a RAW list, which is used commonly for debugging.
Clear this to exclude file lists and permissions from session logs and consolidated logs.
Show individual logs for each connection window
Select this to show a log window in the remote pane for each site to which you connect.
Clear this to hide any log windows in the remote pane.
Logs can consume a large amount of system resources (memory and hard drive space), depending on the amount and size of files being transferred. It is recommended that you disable most logging (especially data connection logs) when performing a transfer that consists of many thousands of files, especially small files. To further reduce resource use, go to the menu and choose Tools > Global Options. Select Transfer > Events, and select Remove successful transfers from the queue automatically.