Hey guys, So i decided it's about time i let those of you who aren't in the developers chat know what's new in MaxiWoodcutter 2.0 as well as share some interface teasers. MaxiWoodcutter 2.0 is a complete rewrite of the public version. My main focus so far has been the new interface, which is now written in JavaFX which has proven difficult as it's my first real JFX interface, but it's coming along nicely. The new features include a 'Task list', which i've called an 'Activity list' instead due to an internal name clash. Instead of having all the options on the page and then having a button to add them as a new task in the list, which is the way i've seen most people implement this sort of thing, i've instead opted for what i think is a neater solution. You basically just add a new row to a table, and each column corresponds to a different setting. It's hard to explain in non-programming terms so here is a screenshot From this image you can also see some of the other new features You'll be able to specify the bank you want to bank at, so you wont be stuck with the default. You'll also be able to define your own areas whether it be for banking or powerchopping. These will be stored and loaded into the interface next time you load it You also have multiple options for what to do with the logs, as listed in the 'Disposal' column. The current options are to either bank, drop, burn on a bonfire, burn individually or fletch into shafts. Urns will also be supported as well as a goal system which tells the bot when to move to the next activity. All the settings including your activity list can be saved to a profile which is stored on your pc. The other main feature is the break scheduler, which will allow you to schedule breaks at a given runtime with a maximum random variation. The other thing i should mention is that i plan on releasing both a free and premium version of the bot. The free version will just be a restricted version of the premium one. The restrictions will likely be limited activity listings and perhaps no break scheduler. All constructive feedback is welcome, DISCUSS!