I managed to get stuck into rewriting the main options dialog of VBA-M.
Oh you don't know what VBA-M is? Well, it is a project aimed of taking all the good bits out of every VBA fork, and sticking them in one, thus, end users no longer have to stuff around with heaps of useless builds.
BTW, as part of this progress, its decided we rewrite the GUI into something a little more flexible for cross platform code: Qt. So far, we have a basic window widget, plus a nice cheat widget too. I am currently working on the main settings dialog, making a tabbed options box with the main options in there. This was done to fix the insane mess in there currently with the *shudders* MFC GUI...
We still have a long way to go, at least it WILL be worth it in the end.