Settings pages have been moved into individual submenus by feature, replacing the show/hide "enabled" model from plugin version 1.0. Each settings page flows through the WordPress Settings API, which should help plugins interested in building upon the base functionality of the Facebook plugin for WordPress with more detailed options for specific use cases.
The settings changes require migrating stored options from plugin version 1.0 to the new structure in 1.1. The plugin will attempt to migrate your settings the first time one of your users with
manage_options capability (such as an Administrator) accesses your site's WordPress administrative screens.
Custom Post Types, Stati
We realize many WordPress installations are highly customized content management systems taking advantage of some of the extensibility introduced in recent WordPress versions such as custom post types and custom post statuses. The plugin code has reworked to support these site customizations including the ability to scope content display to one or more post types, test edit and publish capabilities for a post type, and recognize the publicness of a post status beyond just "publish."
More actions and filters in more places
Interested in customizing features and output beyond code shipped with the plugin? Check out the customization tab of the readme for custom actions and filters to tweak the Facebook plugin for WordPress based on your own use cases and preferences.