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WP-Admin Theme Template File Display

  • Upon upgrade to WP 2.1, the Theme Editor in WP-Admin seems to display my theme template files differently.

    For example, a template file named “ext_blogrolls.php” with the commented description “Template Name: External Blogrolls” in the file:

    Formerly displayed: “External Blogrolls” in the theme file list
    Now displays: “External” in the theme file list.

    (In fact, all files with multiple words in the “Template Name” declaration only display the first word.)

    Also, the files are all in a different order than they were previously (not a huge problem, but my eye was trained to find a certain file vertically in the list of file names).

    Finally, some files no longer display in the list at all. For instance, a second page template file, called “pikeblog.php” with “Template Name: PikeBlog” does not display in the list.

    Is this list something that is user-configurable?

    Any ideas on what changed?

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