• Really great, as this fixes many strange overflow issues on narrow viewports.

    The functionality should be finally merged into WordPress core!

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by strarsis.
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  • Plugin Author KZeni

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    Glad you found it useful, and thanks for taking the time to leave a review!

    Also, I definitely agree with it being implemented as part of the WordPress core. It’s been submitted to the WordPress github repo as a pull request & core trac ticket. Hopefully, it sees more attention/consideration to get officially adopted and/or it’s just fixed via other means (ex. a larger overhaul of the admin bar) at some point, but I can’t say when that might be as I’ve checked in on it every so often with it not really getting much traction for one reason or another. I suppose that situation validates this being a plugin as it’s been useful for years now due to the core issue still not being addressed (I’ll then look to update the plugin to make it auto-deactivate [or otherwise make it do nothing & show a notice of this fact] once the WordPress core addresses this formally by having it check the site’s current WP version to see if it’s needed or not so it should be safe to have this on sites [while it’d definitely be ideal to not need this plugin at some point in the future.])

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