The latest release of the IssueTrackerProduct adds lots of new features and eight important bug fixes.
The press release, if you can call it that, lists more fully about the individual changes but skips some trivial ones that you'll have to find in the CHANGES.txt file.
The one feature I'm most proud of was actually one of the easier ones to do: Compact and Rich listing of issues. I've always wanted to have a compact list when I list issues but my concern has been that beginners might not appreciate the dense look it might give. First-timers still get the rich list.
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