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Installed Hooker on my test site with mainly DMS plugins and Akismet and i got this error

 

 Fatal error: Call to undefined function pl_action_confirm() in /public_html/mytestsite/wp-content/plugins/hooker/hooker.php on line 444


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Danny    1,327
Danny

Hi,

 

Yeah, I have just installed and received the same error, I have reported this to our tracker.


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