Warning -- don't rename files or it won't decrypt, it says. You can rename it, but not the file extensions. Then it says [renamed] successfully decrypted, even if it is not named [renamed].
Warning -- opens asking for something to encrypt with the option to delete original ticked. Not good for a startup default. Select Preferences first and untick the relevant boxes then set it to open with the default window.
If your extension becomes tar.cpt.1 -- as in a duplicate -- the app doesn't realize the file is its encrypted offspring.
Tab won't send you to the other Confirm [Password] field but to the buttons. Hit Tab again. Not a major problem but this isn't freeware.
Needs a button besides [Cancel] and [OK] to clear dragged item without making the window disappear.
I don't think this supports multiple dragged items. It should, naming it archive.tar.cpt or something by default. It doesn't ... but it'll handle multiple items in a folder. (At least it asks when you are decrypting a file that already exists uncrypted.)
Cancel makes the window disappear into the ether but not forget the dragged item. Click on the docked icon to call it up again -- a bit too weird for me.
Nag delay is 75 seconds for unregistered versions -- 30 seconds would've been better -- but the app is otherwise fully usable. JC, if you want to get money for shareware, don't irritate users. Those that can't pay, won't pay ... until they can, assuming they are still using the app and find it essential. Better be patient and have a non-paying user than a non-user IMHO.
Is it worth 8 Euros? Maybe 10+ Euros once it's polished up, properly preferenced by default, has a history of updates, handles multiple drags, and is better documented; but not the way it stands now. So, how about it JC?