Version 0.63 is now available, download link here. The primary addition of this update is autosave, and as such it is a recommended update. Changes include: Autosave has been added. Your files will now be automatically saved at a certain interval, so if the power goes out or your computer freezes, you won't lose your changes. The Input From SAV ability has been revamped, both adding the ability to open compressed SAV files, and fixing a few logical errors that could cause it to fail even on uncompressed fails. It should now be able to recover the rules part (not the map part) of a BIQ from most any SAV that has custom rules. A bug whereby closing the Export to CSV Window would cause the whole program to quit has been rectified. The number of autosaves and how often an autosave is performed are both configurable through the Settings window. The autosaves are stored in the same folder as the editor, should you need them. As usual, most of the work has been on the map end, which is not enabled in this version. I'm not too surprised after the 'deprecation' announcement. But it doesn't sound that bad: Problematic if the user has a slow Internet connection, but it still sounds pretty straightforward, and simpler than what a Windows user would have to do if their computer didn't ship with Java (I don't know what % of Windows computers do, but it isn't 100%). I'm certainly not rewriting the program in another language - both due to the effort, and because I'd have no way to compile it for OSX, and Java solves that problem nicely. I'd be willing to have a 'Java 7' and 'Java 5' version, though, if for some reason the backwards compatibility with Java 5 were broken on Lion (I'd just compile it twice from the same Java 5 code with different Java versions targeted).