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I released a number of WordPress plugins over the last 10 years ("24 plugins and 1,062,110 downloads", says my fun bookmarklet) and they all mostly fall in one of these three categories:

  1. Outdated stuff that are no longer maintained because I don't need them anymore
  2. Simple stuff that don't require any maintenance because they just work and will probably work forever
  3. Stuff that are still maintained because I still need them

That third group recently motivated me to move some plugins to Github so their dev will now happen there.

It was recently brought to my knowledge that my most popular plugin, Ozh' Admin Drop Down Menu, causes 404 on dumb dashicons requests. That shall be fixed.

So. Anyone fancying a pull request and fix that now? :)

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    Boris Osadciw United States »
    replied, on 17/Jun/14 at 7:48 pm # :

    I love your menu program, but it does have a few issues that I hope you can fix ???
    The main one is that it will not display the icons correctly. Each time I try to initialize it to show the icons, it displays the missing icon display.
    I'm currently using WP 3.9.1 and it works with it other than the icon issue. Hope you can fix this issue.

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    Ozh »
    replied, on 17/Jun/14 at 8:05 pm # :

    Boris Osadciw ยป Errrrr…… Did you actually READ this post?

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    Fluksy Netherlands »
    replied, on 16/Jul/14 at 8:58 pm # :

    Hi Ozh,

    It looks like your Click counter plugin isn't working anymore. Would be great if it could be fixed!

    Best regards,


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    Grue Hungary »
    thought, on 05/Nov/14 at 7:05 pm # :

    Over one million downloads?! That is impressive. By the way did you fixed the drop-down menu plugin?

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