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  1. I’m impressed with your thoughts on this (though of course I’m not surprised). Some plugin authors won’t put the user’s experience ahead of the plugin’s branding and identified importance.

  2. I think the reason more plugin dev’s don’t use this, is because they simply didn’t know how. I tried to find the code to do this (searched core), knowing it had to be simple, but couldn’t find it (at 3 a.m. might have had something to do with it). Thanks so much for the tip Aaron!

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