Support » Plugin: OpenHook » [Plugin: The OpenHook Customizations Manager] Aaargh!!! Why Did You Hide Everything In A Drop Down M

  • webtrainingwheels

    (@webtrainingwheels)


    Hey there – love the plugin! But loved it more before you re-wrote it!! I find the drop down menu in the Thesis section now pretty un-useful. I liked having all the fields listed on one page because then I could just scroll down and locate my code. Now I have to try and remember which hook I used to find a piece of code which is annoying. I know I can turn on the visual hooks option and look on the front end of the site, but that’s several extra steps just to locate the hook and code I want to edit.
    I think what would be super-useful is to either go back to the previous layout, or to provide a separate dropdown menu that contains only hooks I have edited – that way I can see more easily where the code might be.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/thesis-openhook/

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  • Katinka Hesselink

    (@katinkaspirituality)

    The way I understand it, the hooks with * in front of them are the ones you’ve used.

    Bill Weye

    (@billhector)

    Frankly, between the broken functionality of this plugin (seems like issues are still lingering, from what I read here) and the downgrade of the useability, I’ll be working on coding all my hooks into custom functions when Thesis 2.0 is released.

    Does anyone know if the plugin author was bitten by a zombie? Something happened.

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