The revisions follow comments in his judgment of V v ANL  EWCOP 21 following which
"the ad hoc Committee on the COP Rules has considered the amalgamation of the two approaches and as a result has recommended that a further amendment should be made to the Transparency Pilot to achieve the result that it applies to all proceedings in the COP apart from applications for committal."
The revised order:
- is still directed to those who attend or find out what happened at an attended public COP hearing, and so is not directed to the world at large which the RROs were,
- still does not contain a schedule identifying those who cannot be identified,
- contains alternatives relating to its duration (which reflect the old Pilot Order and the RROs) for selection by the judge,
- now does contain a list of what is not restricted by the order, which is modelled on, but does not replicate, the list in the RROs, and
- provides that the injunction does not apply to a public hearing of, or the listing for hearing of, any application for committal.
You can read the full guidance note and download the revised order on the Judiciary website.