New Option: "Force the news feed to switch to "Recent Stories First" if available". Facebook recently re-introduced the option to sort the news feed into Most Recent posts first (chronological), but not every user sees it yet. For those that do, choosing Most Recent doesn't always "stick", forcing them to switch it back frequently. This option (enabled by default) forces the feed to Most Recent whenever Social Fixer detects that you are not using it.
Restored the option to lock the header, for those users who need it. Under "Popular": "Lock the blue header bar at the top even if the screen is small".
New option under Chat tab: "Hide "mobile" users from the chat list". Previously, mobile users were always hidden.
Active chat users will now always be shown at the top of the list, and mobile users at the bottom (if they are shown).
Added more story types to the filter selection criteria, for posts having to do with Groups.
Social Fixer is now disabled on apps.facebook.com by default. The option to disable while playing games has been changed to an option to enable it, and it is off by default.
Added text to the alert that appears after saving changes to options, to direct users to the preference to disable the alert.
Removed some apps from the auto-tabbing list, because they weren't real "apps".
Applications were not automatically tabbed for some users because of a Facebook code change.
When some users clicked 'More Stories' at the bottom of their feed, nothing would happen.
"Pagelet" boxes added by SFX were sometimes showing web server errors when the SocialFixer.com web site was too busy.
Options dialog didn't fit on the smaller screens of some computers. It now dynamically sizes itself to fit.
Social Fixer was running and showing the Wizard even on the login page.
When using the option to "show all users in chat", some users had a small blank chat window pop up when they click on a friend's name.
When using the "popup window" list of friends on chat, and if you only had a few friends on chat, the window would seem to hover above the bottom of the page.