Important if you post to a private Twitter feed via Little Pork Chop. There's a new feed of all items posted to Twitter, available as a public JSON file. If you don't want your tweets included in the feed, click on the gear in the panel to the left of edit box, click on the Feed panel, uncheck the box, and click OK. Screen shot.
There's a new pref that lets you change the string that appears after the number before each tweet. Previously this was hard-coded as a colon. Now it's something you can change, and it defaults to "/" which is the character most people are using. To do so, click on the gear in the panel to the left of the text editing box, and click on Prefix. Set the text as you want it, then click OK. Screen shot.
The JSON feed is available for developers to build on. Let me know if you come up with an interesting way to browse it, or hook it up to another network, or whatever.
You can enter HTML markup in your tweets. In previous versions the markup would go straight into the tweet array, which would make them invisible. Obviously not good. Now we neuter the HTML and everything can be seen.
As before the version number appears in the upper right corner of the screen, but now if there are release notes that go with that version, they are linked to from the version number.
It now handles words that are longer than 140 characters.
There's a link to the initial product announcement in the product control box under the product slogan "The easiest way to tweet a storm!"