Bletch just released BletchMAME 1.7 - what's new in this particular release is "minor usability improvements".
BletchMAME is a new experimental front end for MAME. Unlike existing front ends (which function as launchers, keeping MAME's internal UI), BletchMAME replaces the internal MAME UI with a more conventional point and click GUI to provide a friendlier experience in a number of areas (such as profiles, input configuration and a number of others). While BletchMAME is intended to support all machines supported by MAME, it should be particularly suitable to computer emulation.
- We have a real domain name (https://www.bletchmame.org/); added a menu item to go directly there
- If we fail to start MAME, we will now crudely present MAME™'s error message to the user
- When supported by MAME (0.217 dirty or greater), we will attach to a child window rather than the BletchMAME root window. This fixes a bug where the status bar could obscure part of the running emulation