Accessible Apps has released a major free update to its Chicken Nugget Twitter client for Windows. Version 3.0, which is perhaps the biggest update ever, includes support for Twitter's new direct message limits, which now allow users to send messages up to 10,000 characters in length. Among the long list of additional features is support for scheduling tweets using the Buffer service, per-user sound packs, and support for muting individual users. The complete list of changes is below.
Support for long direct messages
Support for scheduling tweets with the Buffer service
Support for quoted tweets
Support for muting users
Fixed the geolocation feature
On Windows 10, switch all keystrokes to comply with new Microsoft guidelines
Added per-account soundpacks
Dramatically sped up the visible UI.
Don't close Composition dialogs until tweets are actually sent, scheduled, or otherwise dispatched so they don't get lost if the process fails.
Dynamically update a conversation timeline if more tweets in the conversation come in
Add indication of when someone retweets a tweet which you retweeted
Added ctrl+win+page up/down keystrokes to quickly switch accounts
Fixed YouTube links to play again
Fixed editing filters
Fixed overwriting corrupted accounts which wouldn't load with an http error on login
Have conversation timelines respect timeline direction configuration option
*Localization fixes and updates for multiple languages
Note: If upgrading from a previous version, the first time the new version of Chicken Nugget launches, it may take a little while to upgrade your database schema. Thank you for your patience.Source: Accessible Apps
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