- n. Plural form of plugin.
“You can add Mycroft itself to the search bar and search for other plugins from the search bar:”
“FactoryCity » My default WordPress setup: 17 must-have plugins (tags: blogging blogs design free guide howto plugin plugins wordpress) [...]”
“But installing plugins is a PITA, and it’s not like WM is a particularly good format anyway)”
“I’m by no means even moderately experienced in such matters, but I do know that writing submission forms into Wordpress plugins is hard enough, let alone something that complex:)”
“The Flash and Windows Media plugins are already pre-installed, and the build uses the new profile-guided optimisation option to speed it up even further.”
“Moreover our plugins are the world first (and still the only ones), which support resizable and stylable GUI's.”
“I gave up trying to figure out how Eclipse tries to work and which plugins to install (sorry, it's not called plugins now but OSGI bundles, the ones you start and stop at runtime … what a joke).”
“We also have walkthroughs on creating plugins, which is very helpful.”
“Other Thoughts: I do not recommend any of the so called plugins unless you have to (all plugins are already on the unit disabled, you're buying 'enabling codes') in other words you get everything but can't use it unless you pay, how lame ...”
“In that directory create two further directories called plugins and themes.”
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