Can you DM me that log file? I didn't think the format of the logging IDB had changed significantly, but it's possible I guess.
Kindling v1.0.1 is now available!
Kindling has been moved to the Inductive Automation Github organization, and is now code-signed with Inductive Automation's code signing certificate as part of a deployment strategy change from JDeploy to Hydraulic Conveyor. This enables fully modern, code-signed, notarized, executables that will auto update for Windows, Linux, and MacOS installation.
The core functionality is largely the same as the previous release, with some library updates, but this new release strategy will require a fresh download and install for all users; this should hopefully be the last time, since I'll be able to rely on Conveyor to automatically update.
While Kindling has moved to the Inductive Automation organization on Github, it is not an "official" IA product, and has no guarantee of maintenance or support. It is provided with no warranty; see the license file in the repository for more details.