There have been many updates in the past two weeks. You can read the full details on AtariAge. Today, I have replaced the standard Java file chooser with its implementation, which uses the native dialogs of the underlying operating system. The main difference on Windows is that the context menu for files and folders works in the dialog window. The main difference on Linux is that the dialog looks like a real file chooser now, unlike some crap a teenager did as homework in the afternoon. In addition, the display of the banks now adapts better to the available screen size, so the bank blocks are displayed with larger blocks.

Windows: new versus old; click to enlarge.

Linux: new versus old; click to enlarge.