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Thread began 8/16/2010 9:59 pm by Brad Lawryk | Last modified 8/17/2010 11:34 am by Brad Lawryk | 639 views | 3 replies |

Brad Lawryk

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First off, as a dedicated user of the old ADDT, I will say that on initial testing you guys have done a great job to replace the includes functionality of ADDT. To the point of saying that so far it seems you guys may have actually surpassed it. Well done so far.

I just have a simple question. Is there a way to set the checkbox for making the plugin the page title to unchecked? First, I have never come across a place I would even need that - yet. It really annoying to have to uncheck it or worse - go back and fix it after you forget.

Not really a bug or anything - just a real annoyance.

Brad

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anonymous

Brad,

I wondered the same thing... it almost seems as if the checkbox should be unchecked to start. I actually would prefer if it was unchecked too.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'll log a bug to make it default to unchecked and we'll get it updated in a dot release.

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Brad Lawryk

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  I'll log a bug to make it default to unchecked and we'll get it updated in a dot release.  



Thanks Ray,

As I say, its not really a bug, but more of a minor annoyance.

However I could see it being more useful on the dynamic plugin. But the static plugin is usually things like footers, headers and menus and its not likely you would want the page name as the title. Dynamic Plugins is a different matter though ...

Brad

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