Although I am not able to spend much time on knotting at the moment, I really must commend Dave for the stunning improvements he has brought to this little drawing tool.
It is still tiny in terms of memory usage and does not require any tedious installation, I have saved my copy to a USB pen which I carry with me, so I can use it wherever I happen to need it, and of course, it is still free.
Dave has not only added a lot if serious usability improvement like drag-n-drop and file insert, but he has also created a whole raft of diagonal drawing tiles which allow us to get away from the boxy and artificial layout of just having vertical crossings. We can now draw diagrams which actually look like the knot we are trying to describe.
Hopefully, now it is so easy to diagram the knot or moves you are trying to describe, folks will simply create a diagram and save it as little KM file, then attach it to their post for everyone else to see what they are getting at.
To this end, if drawing knot diagrams is not for you, but you just want to see what the KM file looks like, then again, download the utility and open the file with it and bingo, there is the diagram for you to inspect and comment upon. You never know, you might even be tempted to have a twiddle and modify the diagram to explain some point or simply to see - what if?? (see the attached KM file - if you cannot see all of the diagram use the Zoom tool Ctrl + F1 or Ctrl + F2 etc to see more of it on your screen )
Have fun and thank you Dave for taking FCB and making such a useful utility for the knotting community to use.