Method R Workbench 9.2 adds bug fixes and exciting new features to 9.1. The application now runs on any version of Java at or greater than Java SE 8. We have replaced the muddy zebra-striping in the files pane and the HTML5 output with a cleaner, more elegant, Tufte-inspired three-row banding method. Table headers in the HTML5 output are now sticky, which means they always remain conveniently in view, regardless of how many rows a table has (it’s especially convenient for analyzing long execution plans). And the Workbench application takes less time to start up in this release, especially when you’ve been working with lots of trace files.