This is World Cup 2022 version from November 22.
Written by Nguyen Pham, first published in 2019.
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Banksia GUI is one of the latest and most interesting programs created to use chess engines. Although it is still in beta, it offers a lot of useful features for chess engine enthusiasts.
Banksia GUI is a program available for Linux, Mac and Windows.
This is a great nod to chess enthusiasts who use different operating systems.
Author's words about the latest version:
Besides some minor bug fixes, many small improvements and changes, there are some new things, including:
Support Apple Silicone with a binary for native Apple silicone
Opening books in the default engine folder (it is a sub-folder “engines” in the program folder): auto-detect and install those books (for Polyglot and OBS only)
Analyze anywhere: in previous versions, users can analyze a position only when it is being shown on the main board. Now users can analyze almost anywhere they see a board. In Fig. 1 when watching a game in a database, users could click on the analyze button under the preview board to start analyzing (analyze on the fly)
Show engines scores with thinking arrows for better watching (Fig. 1 & 2)
Coach: check blunder and display some information (Fig. 2)
New design for Settings dialog box (Fig. 3)
Support accessibility (Fig. 3): make moves by using the keyboard with announcements of the current square and piece; much more information could be read by screen reader/voice-over programs; White pieces could be changed colors to support visually impaired people
Support variations (Fig. 4): BSG now can view variations (but it cannot add or edit them directly in this release)
Lichess bots: improve the interface, and functions of logging and reporting; query Lichess servers to get the list of online bots. Now users don’t need to enter that list manually. With just a few clicks they can have a long list of bots to challenge them. Very convenient (Fig. 5)
Lichess bot: new features: auto adjudication and offering draws and resigning
Databases could be shown as a popup (“old” way, Fig. 1) or a panel (Fig. 6)
The database’s opening trees show WDL bars (Fig. 6)
Could encrypt any databases with 256-bit AES in CBC mode (Fig. 7)
Games in a database could be shown automatically one by one, move by move (Demo Database)
Source: Banksia GUI
Here's what the Banksia GUI looks like.
For more, I encourage you to visit this developer's page.