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The whole look and feel has been revamped, from the Keyboard Window to the chord charts themselves.

As the new toolbar above suggests, you can now play through the chords in a chart like a sequencer, and you can insert a new range of symbols, including different barlines, key signatures and time signatures:

A chart can now be exported as a MIDI file. Also, the names of chords can now be customised, so if you disagree with the default name you can override it.

There is now a fast way of entering data in various parts of the program. When you see the cursor change to a double-headed arrow over a panel, you may change that panel's value by clicking and dragging up or down to increase or decrease respectively. Usually a double-click allows you to enter a value directly with the keyboard. Try it over the root note value in the Make Chord window.