Which means it's still pretty awful, sadly.
Tried latest version today, and:
0. in help, java "project basics" includes pretty much everything except "using 3rd party libraries". Idiots
1. double-click to selcet a file you are loading doesn't work in most dialogs
2. there are two menus "add library". Only one of them adds a library to your projecct and it ONLY exists as a right-click context menu. The other merely "adds it to the list of libraries you can add using the other menu"
3. delete doesn't delete things from projects
4. if you select "tutorial" it overrides both the OS and browser settings and clobbers a random browser window to display it's own URL.
5. in order to do one of the most important basic things - access a file from within your own project (not documented, by the way!) - you have to select the file from the "files" section of the IDE, copy it (ctrl-c), go to the source foldres section, select a root source folder, and then paste it! Nothing else works, there's no menu options to achieve this, etc.
But, hey, it looks pretty. And it can render PNG's in your source directories. And the menus are much easier to understand than eclipse (but that's because they cheat, and lots of critically important menus don't exist). But the benefits are still outweighed by general rubbishness and amateurishness
. I'm bitter because I thought that maybe it was now much better than eclipse (which I'm fed up of being broken in lots of little ways in many places which never get fixed).