This release fixes an error in the HTML that resulted in the incorrect display of some elements in IE9 and possibly also other browsers. If you upgrade from the 1.1.1 release you do not need to overwrite any files. Just use the provided .xml file.
View permissions for each navbar link and tab heading
1. Navbar link for recent content
Left to the link for new content there is now a link that shows the results in the „recent mode“. In this mode, the tabs show the same threads as they would show if you click in the „new mode“ on the recent links that are located on the right side directly above the results list. But the difference is that in „recent mode“ the tab headings contain „Recent“ instead of „New“ (and of course also link to recent searches).
Furthermore, in „recent mode“ only tabs from this add-on are shown as other tabs such as the one for profile posts (only) show new content. However, you can disable this feature by unchecking the corresponding option.
2. New permissions
For each of the two navbar links and the six tab headings (3 for new and 3 for recent content) there is now a permission. So you have full control over which navbar links and tab headings are shown to which user. Note that these perms are only for viewing the links/tab headings and not for the actual content that is displayed if you click on them.
Now, as a results of the possibility to hide tabs, the navbar links now depend on the the tab related permissions. For example, if the user has only permission for the new content navbar link and the „New Posts“ tab heading, the navbar link will be named „New Posts“ instead of „New Posts and Threads“. Note that in this case if you use the Unread Posts Counter you may want to disable it.
It is now possible to use route filters that change route(s) of the „New Posts and Threads“ add-on tabs. If you have any such rule you may need to adjust the major/minor sections in the „New Posts and Threads“ options accordingly.