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Re:How about change SyntaxHighlighter plugin to a system type plugin?
Avatar Joomler! 2010/03/02 16:40
It is not such a meaning. It is a meaning of author of the extension that it is the display. B...
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How about change SyntaxHighlighter plugin to a system type plugin?
Re:How about change SyntaxHighlighter plugin to a system type plugin?
Tuesday, 02 March 2010 16:40
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It is not such a meaning. It is a meaning of author of the extension that it is the display.

Because it is likely to make it like surely calling the plug-in of content if it is me.

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