The latest update makes small changes to some messaging that appears on the terminal if the jar is opened via the command line.
The terminal command "java -jar /home/user/EasySeats.05.1.jar" will launch EasySeats. As commands are sent and given some will be displayed there. The installed version of systemd on your distro will be displayed, as will the user's home directory.
The "big" change is the loginctl command being displayed for confirmation purposes. After you select your device, click add, then click assign, in the terminal the string value "The command that was sent was: " will be followed by what loginctl needs to continue with device assignments. For example:
"The command that was sent was: loginctl attach seat1 /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:12.2/usb1/1-6"
Also, the string value "To create a seat, always remember to start with a video card." will appear in the terminal during device assignment. At its core, EasySeats should be able to facilitate the creation of seats with as little thought as possible, but at the same time it is also a good thing to facilitate the ability to learn how seats are created through simple code and useful feedback.
EasySeats is open source software developed to bring ease to users who choose to go multi-seat. It supports video cards for seat creation as well as external USB docks.