I understand your objections to what she's doing. and I'd be upset too. She sounds like a classic obstructive/combative parent (many of us have had similar experiences like what you describe). I hate to be the one to tell you this, but the sad fact is that the court probably won't give a damn about any of it.
The courts only seem to care if 1) the child is actually being put in some sort of clear, obvious, and immediate danger, or 2) if the violations are serious and rise to the level of actual criminal behavior.
Many of us here have dealt with the kind of thing you describe for years, and in most cases the court just doesn't care. They're either too overburdened to deal with it or they don't want to waste their time on what they consider to be "minor infighting".
The thing is to try to let this kind of thing roll off your back and don't let it trigger you to anger or frustration. Come to terms with the fact that she's probably always
going to be this way, and just do your best to work around it or mitigate it.
She's not going to change, and she almost certainly gets a kick out of how it upsets you, so she'll keep doing it for as long as she can. And she probably knows that the court won't do a thing no matter ow much money you spend on attorneys (who'll be glad to take your money, by the way).