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Log an updated plugin

  • I installed this plugin for one reason and that is to track when plugins are updated. How do I enable it? It is not enabled upon install of Simple History. I haven’t yet figured out how to use the Easy-to-Use Extender. The only support discussion of this is a year old and marked “resolved.”
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-simple-history-is-it-possible-to-track-plugin-updates?replies=4

    In http://eskapism.se/wordpress/simple-history/ Par’s description of the plugin includes this capability…

    “Objects Simple History tracks in WordPress
    Here’s a list of the tings that Simple History keeps track of in WordPress:
    Settings pages changes
    Pages, posts and custom post types – added, deleted
    Comments – status
    Attachments – uploads and edits
    Plugin install and updated
    Users – login, create, logout, update
    Core updates – when WordPress itself is updated to a new version
    Widgets – get info when someone adds, updates or removes a widget in a sidebar
    bbPress – view changes to forums and topics and view user changes
    Gravity Forms – see who created, edited or deleted a form, field, or entry
    + more things via it’s extender classes”

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-history/

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