Major changes to the way the Twitch API works. Starting this month, all requests to the Twitch Helix API now require an Oauth2 token. To facilitate this requirement, some slight changes have been made to the services table.
There are now TWO "API key" fields on the service edit screen. For other services that require an API key, only the first field is required. However, for Twitch, both fields are needed. The first field, will be your client ID, same as before. But the second field will be your now required client secret.
The next time this addon tries to contact Twitch, it will automatically retrieve an Oauth2 token on your website's behalf. This token expires after 60 days; in which case a new token will be retrieved.
If you also use XenMedio, use the same client ID and secret for both addons.
Fixed an issue with Twitch scraping, if you have more than 100 games or channels in your lists.
Fixed an issue where Mixer channels were not getting marked as "featured" in the stream list.